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Mensagem por Adriane Cunha em Sab 01 Ago 2009, 10:00 pm

Daily Devotionals
Did one of today's devotionals speak to you? Share with others what God laid upon your heart. Make sure to state which devotional and for which date.


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Mensagem por Adriane Cunha em Ter 04 Ago 2009, 11:15 pm

Enter His Rest
Hebrews 4:9-10 - "There remaineth therefore a rest to the people of God. {rest: or, keeping of a sabbath} For he that is entered into his rest, he also hath ceased from his own works, as God {did} from his."

If you are troubled and upset, worried and worn out about all the changes that need to be made in you, why not enter the rest of God? Struggling won't change you—neither will frustration or worry. The more you rest in God, the faster you will see change. If the canvas struggled under the artist's paint brush, the painting would never get finished. The canvas is perfectly still, totally submitted to the artist's wisdom and creativity. That is exactly the way we must be with God. He knows what He is doing and how to do it. We should believe in Him and enter His rest.

From the book New Day, New You: 365 Devotions for Enjoying Everyday Life by Joyce Meyer. Copyright © 2007 by Joyce Meyer. Published by FaithWords. All rights reserved.

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Mensagem por Adriane Cunha em Qua 05 Ago 2009, 9:14 pm

August 5 - God Is Looking for Experienced Help
Hebrews 5:8-9 – “Though he were a Son, yet learned he obedience by the things which he suffered; And being made perfect, he became the author of eternal salvation unto all them that obey him;”
Have you ever needed a job, but every employment ad you read asked for someone with experience? You wanted a job but did not have any experience, and it frustrated you. I have been in that situation, and I remember thinking, How can I get experience if nobody will give me a job? God also wants experienced help. When we go to work for God in His kingdom, He will use everything in our past, no matter how painful it was. He considers it experience. We have gone through some difficult things, and those things qualify us to help take someone else through them too. Even Jesus gained experience through the things He suffered.
I encourage you to look at your pain from a different view point. A right perspective can make all the difference in the world. Take a look at how you can use your pain for someone else's gain. Can your mess become your ministry? Maybe you have gone through so much that you feel you have enough experience to be a specialist in some area.
I am a specialist in overcoming shame, guilt, poor self-image, lack of confidence, fear, anger, bitterness, self-pity, etc. Press past your pain and get your "master's degree" so you can work in the kingdom for the One who is the master of restoring hurting people.

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New Day, New You: 365 Devotions for Enjoying Everyday Life by Joyce Meyer. Copyright © 2007 by Joyce Meyer. Published by FaithWords. All rights reserved.


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Mensagem por Adriane Cunha em Sab 08 Ago 2009, 9:15 pm

August 8
Malachi 3:6 – “For I {am} the LORD, I change not; therefore ye sons of Jacob are not consumed.

Real love, God's love, is the same all the time; it never changes. It just is! No wonder when Moses asked God what he should say to the Israelites when they asked him who had sent him to Pharaoh on their behalf, God answered, "I AM . . ." (Exodus 3:13,14) I am more than willing to admit that I have not yet arrived in this area of unconditional love; but I certainly want to learn it, and I believe you do too. As human beings it seems we are ever changing, and we must learn to be more stable.
Stability was a trait I began to notice in Dave after we got married. I had never really been in the presence of stable people. Dave was just the same everywhere, all the time. He was not one way when he left for work in the morning and another way when he came home from work in the evening. His circumstances did not change his behavior. God had worked with Dave for years prior to our marriage and had developed stability in his character.
Stability must be worked in us. As we go around and around the same mountains in life, we finally learn not to let them upset us. Then and only then are we candidates for showing God's love to a needy world.


From the book New Day, New You: 365 Devotions for Enjoying Everyday Life by Joyce Meyer. Copyright © 2007 by Joyce Meyer. Published by FaithWords. All rights reserved.


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Mensagem por Adriane Cunha em Sab 08 Ago 2009, 11:19 pm

8 de agosto
Lea Isaías 38 -- 42
En la lectura de hoy: La vida de Ezequías es alargada; el cautiverio en Babilonia es predicho; el consuelo del pueblo de Dios; la canción de la alabanza al Señor. Unos trece años habían pasado desde que Isaías le había traído a Ezequías, el rey de Judá, las buenas nuevas que la pequeña nación de Judá iba a ser salvada milagrosamente de los «invencibles» ejércitos del imperio de Asiria. Con un lamento intenso: « . . . volvió Ezequías su rostro a la pared, e hizo oración a Jehová, y dijo: Oh Jehová, te ruego que Te acuerdes ahora que he andado delante de Ti en verdad y con íntegro corazón, y que he hecho lo que ha sido agradable delante de Tus ojos. Y lloró Ezequías con gran lloro» (Isaías 38:2-3). Cuando Ezequías dijo que él había vivido delante del Señor «en verdad y con íntegro corazón» (ver 38:17), quiso decir que él había servido al Señor fielmente y no se había desviado de los mandamientos del Señor. Isaías oyó la voz de Dios decir: «Ve y di a Ezequías: Jehová Dios de David tu padre dice así: He oído tu oración, y visto tus lágrimas; he aquí que Yo añado a tus días quince años» (38:5). Las lágrimas y las oraciones de Ezequías reflejan más de 40 años de su vida en fidelidad al Señor. Nunca debemos de dejar de orar, ni aun cuando nuestras circunstancias parezcan desesperadas. Sin embargo, esto no quiere decir que Dios siempre contesta cada oración en la manera que queremos o según nuestro propio horario. Por razón de que a veces no llegamos a cumplir con nuestro deseo de ser como Jesús, muchas personas ven que es más fácil aceptar la condenación de Satanás que trata de hacernos pensar en que no somos dignos de que Dios conteste nuestras oraciones. Aunque es correcto evaluar nuestras faltas y confesar nuestros pecados, cuando reconocemos lo bueno en nuestras vidas, tal y como Ezequías lo hizo, esto también engrandece la gloria de Dios. Nosotros también podemos recordarle al Señor sobre nuestros esfuerzos sinceros para vivir una vida que honra a Dios, la cual se produce solo por medio de la obra del Espíritu Santo en nuestras vidas. Dios, nuestro Salvador, « . . . nos salvó, no por obras de justicia que nosotros hubiéramos hecho, sino por Su misericordia, por el lavamiento de la regeneración y por la renovación en el Espíritu Santo» (Tito 3:5).
Pensamiento para hoy: Si confiamos en algo o en alguien que no sea el Señor para la salvación eterna nos engañamos y esto resultará en la muerte eterna.


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Mensagem por Adriane Cunha em Seg 10 Ago 2009, 10:36 pm

August 10
2 Corinthians 1:3-4 – “Blessed {be} God, even the Father of our Lord Jesus Christ, the Father of mercies, and the God of all comfort; Who comforteth us in all our tribulation, that we may be able to comfort them which are in any trouble, by the comfort wherewith we ourselves are comforted of God.
The best healer is often the wounded healer, because he knows what he is dealing with since he has suffered it himself. That's what Paul was saying in this passage from his letter to the church in Corinth. If you have suffered through some hard times in your life, you are going to be even more successful in ministering to those who are going through the same kind of suffering in their lives.
Even though you may have had a rough time in your life, God can use what you have been through for His glory—if you will allow Him to do so! If I were still back where I started out, feeling sorry for myself, I would be no good to myself or anyone else. But because the Lord gave me the grace to lay down my self-pity and take up the challenge of living for Him, now I am able to help hundreds of thousands of people all over the nation and beyond.
To me the greatest testimony in the world is to be able to say, "God took what Satan tried to use to destroy me, and He turned it around for His glory and used it for the betterment of other people in the kingdom." It takes God to do that! No matter where you may be today or what you may be going through, God can turn your situation around and use it to further His kingdom and bring blessings to you and to many others.


From the book New Day, New You: 365 Devotions for Enjoying Everyday Life by Joyce Meyer. Copyright © 2007 by Joyce Meyer. Published by FaithWords. All rights reserved.



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Mensagem por Adriane Cunha em Ter 11 Ago 2009, 7:44 pm

August 11 - Patience Pleases God
1 Peter 2:19-20 – “For this is thankworthy, if a man for conscience toward God endure grief, suffering wrongfully. For what glory is it, if, when ye be buffeted for your faults, ye shall take it patiently? but if, when ye do well, and suffer for it, ye take it patiently, this is acceptable with God.
If you and I are going to receive from these verses what God wants us to have, we will have to read them slowly and digest each phrase and sentence thoroughly. I will admit that I studied them for years trying to understand why it pleased God so much to see me suffer when the Bible plainly states that Jesus bore my suffering and pains of punishment (See Isaiah 53:3-6). It was many years before I realized that the focal point of these verses in 1 Peter is not the suffering but the attitude one should have in suffering. Notice the word "patiently" being used in this passage, which says that if someone treats us wrong and we handle it patiently, it is pleasing to God. To encourage us in our suffering, we are exhorted to look at how Jesus handled the unjust attacks made on Him. The thing that pleases God is our patient attitude—not our suffering.

From the book New Day, New You: 365 Devotions for Enjoying Everyday Life by Joyce Meyer. Copyright © 2007 by Joyce Meyer. Published by FaithWords. All rights reserved.


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Mensagem por Adriane Cunha em Sex 21 Ago 2009, 7:34 am

Surrendered - For the Display of His Splendor
By Renee Swope
"To appoint unto them that mourn in Zion, to give unto them beauty for ashes, the oil of joy for mourning, the garment of praise for the spirit of heaviness; that they might be called trees of righteousness, the planting of the LORD, that he might be glorified." Isaiah 61:3 (KJ)
Devotion: My dearest friend, women's ministry director and mentor was moving - hours away! This was the woman who had believed in me, invested in me and encouraged me. She'd also prayed for me and stood beside me as I overcame fears and doubts, following God's call into ministry. How was I going to make it without her?

Trying to find a distraction for my despair, I decided to tackle long overdo yard work. As I headed out to our shed, I noticed a rose bush the previous homeowner had planted. It was in full bloom, displaying her splendor through gorgeous pink blossoms across the center of our split rail fence.
How did that happen? I wondered.

Although I'd never used it, I remembered seeing rose fertilizer in our shed so I decided to use it. I pulled the weeds away from the bush's base so the plant food could sink into the soil and noticed the root ball had four sections. Should I leave the sections all together or divide and place them at different posts on the fence? If I planted them at separate posts, their vines would eventually connect and create a blanket of pink draped across the whole fence. With that image in mind, I knelt before the blossoming beauty and pressed my hands into the dirt to find the right places to separate the root ball. At that moment, I sensed God whisper to my heart that the rose bush was a picture of what He was doing with the women's ministry I loved. Each of us serving on the ministry team had been carefully planted in our giftedness, nurtured and encouraged through prayer, equipped through training and fertilized by opportunities to serve. We had become a display of God's splendor. But, like this plant, we had reached the fullness of His glory in our current soil. I sensed Him telling me that we were ready to be divided into separate plants so that His glory would be more fully displayed, as He planted each of us uniquely and individually in new places of ministry. I couldn't bear the thought of it. Would there be more pruning? More breaking up of what had taken years to establish?This was nowhere in my plans and dreams!
It is so painful when God allows our dreams to be shattered, our hearts to be broken, our relationships to be separated and our fears to be realized. I really doubted what God was doing. I doubted any good could come from such loss. I doubted that I could make it through the pain. Yet, as I imagined God's glory being more fully displayed, my heart settled into a place of surrender. It wasn't my plan, but if it was for His glory, wasn't that what I wanted? Wasn't that what Jesus did? Would I also trust Him to ease my sorrow and bring something good from it? That day I knelt on holy ground in front of my rose bush and surrendered the broken dreams in my heart. Even if it meant letting go of what I loved so deeply, it would be worth it if others would see HIM more fully in my life and eventually in my ministry.
Are you in a season of being uprooted? Has God re-arranged your plans and your future? Are you struggling to trust His ways? Jesus' life and death displays God's promise to turn our despair into divine joy and our loss into a legacy as we depend on and trust in Him. I didn't think I could make it. But five years later, I see how God took my doubts and sorrow and used them to draw me into absolute dependence and sweet surrender to Him -- for the display of His splendor.
Lord, I want to reflect Your glory through the display of my dependence on You. As painful as it is, I realize Your splendor is revealed in my brokenness as I rely on Your love and strength. I put my trust in Your plans and not my own today. In Jesus' Name, Amen.


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Mensagem por Adriane Cunha em Dom 23 Ago 2009, 7:47 pm

Aug. 22/23, 2009
God's Ways: Ordinary and Miraculous
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1 Kings 17:2-7.
“17:2 And the word of the LORD came unto him, saying,
17:3
Get thee hence, and turn thee eastward, and hide thyself by the brook Cherith, that is before Jordan.
17:4 And it shall be, that thou shalt drink of the brook; and I have commanded the ravens to feed thee there.
17:5 So he went and did according unto the word of the LORD: for he went and dwelt by the brook Cherith, that is before Jordan.
17:6 And the ravens brought him bread and flesh in the morning, and bread and flesh in the evening; and he drank of the brook.
17:7 And it came to pass after a while, that the brook dried up, because there had been no rain in the land.”

God declared, "My thoughts are not your thoughts, nor are your ways My ways," (Isa. 55:8). And in fact, one of the biggest frustrations of the Christian life has to do with a lack of understanding about God's ways. There are times when we could really use a miracle, and yet He does not come through for us. Unmet expectations lead to confusion, disappointment, and even anger. Why did God let me down?
There are two schools of thought regarding the miraculous. Some people don't believe God works miracles at all, while others are convinced that if He's not doing the miraculous every day, then something is wrong with their faith. We need a balanced perspective, which we find in the Bible.
God works in both supernatural and ordinary ways, and He determines the method. Elijah ate food miraculously delivered by ravens, but his water supply from a brook was completely natural. When the water dried up, the Lord could have made more spring from the ground, but He didn't.
Sometimes God uses ordinary means to move us in a new direction. The curtailment of his water supply opened the door for Elijah's next "assignment." When the Lord withholds miraculous intervention and lets your brook dry up, He has something else planned for you.
Seeing the work of God in the miraculous is easy, but He's just as involved in the commonplace aspects of life as He is in any supernatural event. Look for His "fingerprint" in the day's mundane activities. He is there, opening and closing doors, drying up one opportunity but initiating another.


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Mensagem por Adriane Cunha em Seg 24 Ago 2009, 8:06 pm

Aug. 24, 2009
Rely on the Source
1 Kings 17:8-16.
From God's perspective, being in need can be spiritually beneficial. When the bottom drops out of our imaginary financial security bubble, we will discover the reality that all provision comes from His hand. The Lord uses various instruments to meet needs, but He alone is the source of all we possess or earn.
God can use traditional means--like an employer--or remarkable methods to supply our needs. Elijah had learned to live by faith in the unusual ways of the Lord: he'd been fed by ravens. Now God sent him to Zarephath, to a starving widow with no ability to feed him.
Every financial need is an opportunity to learn to walk by faith in the Lord as our source. Prosperity can lead to a sense of independence that blinds us to how inadequate we actually are to provide for ourselves. We're totally dependent upon the Father whether we know it or not.
Believing that God would provide, Elijah witnessed His miraculous intervention. We may not see the Lord perform a supernatural work in our financial situation. However, we can be sure that, just as God fulfilled His promise to Elijah, He'll be faithful to His Word in our situation as well: "My God will supply all your needs according to His riches in glory in Christ Jesus" (Phil. 4:19).
Are you focusing on the instrument or the source of your provision? The means God uses may change, but His faithfulness endures forever. He's infinitely more reliable than any employer or 401K. The Lord is inviting you to trust Him and live in both the adventure and security of a life of faith.
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Mensagem por Adriane Cunha em Qua 26 Ago 2009, 7:36 pm

August 26
Haggai 1:4-6 - “1:4 Is it time for you, O ye, to dwell in your cieled houses, and this house lie waste?
1:5 Now therefore thus saith the LORD of hosts; Consider your ways.
1:6 Ye have sown much, and bring in little; ye eat, but ye have not enough; ye drink, but ye are not filled with drink; ye clothe you, but there is none warm; and he that earneth wages earneth wages to put it into a bag with holes.

Beginning in Haggai 1:2, we see a group of people whom God had told eighteen years previously to rebuild His house. They still had not been obedient to what He had told them to do; yet they didn't understand why their lives were in a mess. They wondered where the blessing of God was. After reminding them of their disobedience to His instruction, the Lord spoke to them the verses above.
Does this sound like anybody you know? How often have you heard someone say,
"I just don't understand what's going on, God. I just don't understand?" Now look at the answer in Haggai 1:7, "Thus says the Lord of hosts: Consider your ways (your previous and present conduct) and how you have fared." In other words, if we are not satisfied with what is going on in our lives right now, maybe we should look back and let God show us how the way we have conducted ourselves has affected what is happening to us now. We must be willing to change our ways if we want to receive His blessing. If we are willing to change from the previous and present conduct that is holding back God's blessings, we can have greater victories than what we have ever had before.
From the book New Day, New You: 365 Devotions for Enjoying Everyday Life by Joyce Meyer. Copyright © 2007 by Joyce Meyer. Published by FaithWords. All rights reserved.


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Mensagem por Adriane Cunha em Sab 29 Ago 2009, 10:28 pm



August 29
Colossians 3:2 – “Set your affection on things above, not on things on the earth.
The Bible says we are to set our minds on things above, not on things on the earth. Having been addicted to approval, I know how difficult it is not to think about it when we feel someone is not pleased with us. Thoughts of that person's anger and rejection seem to fill our every waking moment. Instead of trying not to think wrong thoughts, choose right ones. Fill your mind with positive thoughts. Meditate on God's Word and His will for you. Then wrong thoughts will find no place of entry.
We have all had the experience of being terribly worried about something, of having our minds rotating around and around a problem endlessly. If we get involved in something else that interests us, we stop worrying for a period of time. When it is quiet and we are alone, or when we have nothing else to do, we begin to worry again.
I have found that one of the best allies against wrong thinking is to stay busy doing something for someone else. I don't have time to think about "me" when I am occupied with someone else's need. In this way I set my mind on what is above, not on earthly things. I set my mind on God's instruction to me to walk in love (See
Ephesians 5:2).

From the book New Day, New You: 365 Devotions for Enjoying Everyday Life by Joyce Meyer. Copyright © 2007 by Joyce Meyer. Published by FaithWords. All rights reserved.


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Mensagem por Adriane Cunha em Dom 30 Ago 2009, 9:45 pm

August 30 - God Loves You Perfectly
Romans 8:38-39 – “For I am persuaded, that neither death, nor life, nor angels, nor principalities, nor powers, nor things present, nor things to come, Nor height, nor depth, nor any other creature, shall be able to separate us from the love of God, which is in Christ Jesus our Lord.
I can talk about the love of God throughout an entire weekend conference, I can demonstrate all the different ways that God has proven His love for us, but I cannot force anyone to receive His love. It is a personal choice that each person has to make. Even when we make mistakes and know that we do not deserve the love of God, we must still receive His love in order to enjoy the fullness of what He wants us to have.
The love of God will carry you through to victory when all of the powers and principalities of hell seem to be against you. The love of God will carry you through the storms of life and into a place of calm peace. But you will never be more than a conqueror (See Romans 8:37) if you do not have a revelation of how much you are loved by God.
We have to know that God loves us even during the times when we make mistakes and fail. His love is not restricted to the days when we think we have performed well. We need to be confident of His love especially when we have trials and when the devil is mocking us with accusations, such as, "Well, you must have done something wrong."
When the accuser comes, we must know that God loves us. Even if we did do something wrong, even if we did open a door for the devil to enter in, even if we did act in ignorance, God still loves us. God is on our side (See Romans 8:28), and He is going to show us what we need to do to get out of the mess we got ourselves into.
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New Day, New You: 365 Devotions for Enjoying Everyday Life by Joyce Meyer. Copyright © 2007 by Joyce Meyer. Published by FaithWords. All rights reserved.


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Mensagem por Adriane Cunha em Qua 09 Set 2009, 9:00 pm

Producing Patience, Character, and Hope
Romans 5:3-4 – “And not only so, but we glory in tribulations also: knowing that tribulation worketh patience; And patience, experience; and experience, hope:
It is easy to say, "Don't worry." But to actually do that requires experience with God. I don't think there is any way a person can fully overcome the habit of worry, anxiety, and fear and develop the habit of peace, rest, and hope without years of experience. That's why it is so important to continue to have faith and trust in God in the very midst of trials and tribulations. It is so important to resist the temptation to give up and quit when the going gets rough—and keeps on getting rougher over a long period of time. It is in those hard, trying times that the Lord is building in us the patience, endurance, and character that will eventually produce the habit of joyful and confident hope.
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