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|Numbers 27:1-4; Matthew 7:7-12; Romans 8:31-32; 1 Corinthians 13:8||
All The King's Daughters
Mother's Day is the third most celebrated holiday. Over 145 million cards are sent, $14.6 billion spent on gifts and dinners, 69% of those gifts are flowers. More long distance calls will be made today than any other day of the year.
Interesting to look out for women in Bible that stands out: Esther, Ruth, Naomi, Sarah, Deborah, Abigail, Rachael, Lydia, Mary & Martha
How about the Daughters of Zelophehad?
1. Faith in ASKING
We are all HIS daughters figuratively speaking. We are the church his bride. Jesus is the groom. God promise us his inheritance. (approximately 30,000 promises in the Bible)
Why does Jesus teach us that we must come before God and beg Him?
Without him, it is impossible to survive spiritually. Is a daily affair because we need the strength to face different challenges and obstacles everyday.
2. Believed in the Impossible
However the offer of the land to Israel was not made on the basis of law
The truth that grace can give what law cannot. What the law could not do in that it was weak through the flesh, God sending His own son in the likeness of sinful flesh and for sin. This is what these girls discovered – that when they were dealing with law, it was hopeless.
Nothing is impossible with God. Love covers a multitude of sins