Cry Out: Once A Day Chronological Bible Reading Plan & Devotion: Day 37

by Sami

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“When he cries out to me, I will hear, for I am compassionate.”

Exodus 22:27b

In the midst of correction, God shows his compassion…

 Once A Day Bible Reading Plan & Devotion Day 37

Cry Out: Devotion Day 37

When the people heard all of the Lord’s words and laws, they responded with one voice, “Everything the Lord has said we will do.”

To be honest, my eyes get weary after reading all the “do not’s” in chapters 22 and 23. Perhaps that’s why Exodus 22:27 jumped out at me. We can cry out to God and he will be compassionate.

This tells me two things:

  1. It’s OK to cry out to God. It’s OK to be weary. It’s OK not to have everything figured out. It’s OK to admit my weakness and lean on God’s strength.
  2. God is multi-faceted. Sure, Exodus focuses a lot on the ‘stern Father’ side of God, but it also reveals his tenderness and love for us, his children.

So don’t just focus on what you’re not supposed to do. Focus your energy and efforts on the one who loves you and is calling you to higher places.

Once A Day Chronological Bible Reading Plan & Devotion

Day: 37
Scripture: Exodus 22:1-24:18

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