A Daily Purpose

A Daily Purpose

Bible Study & Devotional Day 144

Read Today’s Passages

Guiding Scripture: Proverbs 15:32 ‘Those who disregard discipline despise themselves, but the one who heeds correction gains understanding.’ 

 

🔴 A Lesson Learned

written by: Torrie Slaughter

 

I am guilty of going back to open doors that God has closed. I have willfully attempted to force myself into places that did not value my talents. Disregarding the Holy Spirit’s correction led to bitterness.

In today’s passages, we read of the second attempt to impress King David. 2 Samuel 4:6, Rekab and Baanah had not heeded the lesson of the Amalekite who claimed to have killed King Saul (2 Samuel 1:14-16). David’s righteous indignation welled up, and the men ordered to be killed.

As we go through the stories and learn the history of human behavior, we can ask ourselves: are my actions pleasing to God? If we disregard the discipline he has shown others under the same circumstances, why should we expect to be dealt with differently? The saying ‘history repeats itself’ is a truth we don’t readily acknowledge.

Has your life reflected an increase in understanding?

 

 

Torrie is a media ministry consultant who works with churches and faith driven organizations to build their ministry team. She is the Blueprint Specialist uncovering root problems to construct solutions. Want to hear more? Tune in and listen to A Daily Purpose Bible Study & Devotional a podcast by Our Given Purpose  and on Fridays to Talking on Purpose with Torrie the Podcast.  Torrie also hosts a YouTube channel of the same name. 

 


This devotional was written by Torrie Slaughter the founder of Our Given Purpose® for A Daily Purpose Bible Study & Devotional. 

 


🔴 The Bible In A Year Daily Reading Plan

Tuesday, May 24, 2022

2 Samuel 4:1-6:23, John 13:31-14:14, Psalm 119:17-32, Proverbs 15:31-32

  1. Day 277 Christ is Supreme by Christina Price
  2. Day 276 Content in Every Situation by Detria Moore
  3. Day 275 Self-Emptying Love by Torrie Slaughter

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