Excerpt and Insight from today’s reading
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As you look upon and listen to your mighty God, don’t be surprised if a river of peace is the result.


Excerpt from today’s reading:


About every seventh day, you’ll have the chance to pause and reflect on what you’ve been learning. You can use the following devotional to guide your reflections if you’d like. And don’t forget to share what you’ve been learning from the Daily Walk Bible on Facebook or Twitter!


Daily insight:


Someone once commented, “If you can keep your wits about you when everyone else around you is losing theirs, you obviously don’t understand the situation.” Perhaps. But it’s equally possible you have a source of comfort and confidence that others around you haven’t experienced. And that comforting Presence can give you a peace that defies human explanation, even in the face of tragedy (Philippians 4:6-7).

At a time when the nation of Judah was traumatized by front-page news, Isaiah was focusing on his holy, awesome, almighty God. The result was a quiet confidence that would fortify Isaiah for a lifetime of ministry to a hostile audience. How about you? Instead of reading a paper today, allow Isaiah’s pen to be your eyes and ears as you look upon and listen to your mighty God. And don’t be surprised if a river of peace (see Isaiah 66:12) is the result.


Adapted from the Daily Walk Devotional by Walk Thru the Bible www.walkthru.org.