DCLM Daily Manna Wednesday, May 11, 2022

TOPIC: A Great Pull

TEXT: Luke 11:29-36

KEY VERSE:
“For as Jonas was a sign unto the Ninevites, so shall also the Son of man be to this generation.” – (Luke 11:30)

After considering the lives of two well-known personalities in the Old Testament, our Lord Jesus Christ began to address issues of immediate concern which had eternal consequences. He pegged His comments on Solomon and Jonah, who had remarkable testimonies to pull crowds.

Click here for Previous Devotionals

As He recalled their deeds, the Lord said He, the Messiah, commanded greater signs not only in His generation but for all generations till the Judgment Day. When they called for signs, He referred them to Jonah’s three-day stay in the belly of the fish and his preaching that led Nineveh to repentance. And a royal personality left a distant kingdom at the pull of Solomon’s wisdom. Now, Christ among them was greater than these two; yet the Jews rejected Him. On the last day, those who benefited from Solomon and Jonah, two lesser men, would condemn them for rejecting the greater King and Prophet.

Like the Jews, many in the world today are also walking in darkness as a result of their refusal to receive Jesus as their Lord and Saviour. In verse 36, the Lord calls for the fullness of His doctrine in our lives. That is the way to escape the condemnation of the generations of the queen of the south and Nineveh.

God has rested the power for salvation of man in His Son, Jesus Christ. We do not need to wait for signs and wonders outside Him. Man needs no agent from below or above to convince us of the certainty of Christ’s lordship. He is the centre point of all the prophets and emissaries that have come from God.

THOUGHT FOR THE DAY:
Embrace Christ, the greatest of all wonders.

THE BIBLE IN ONE YEAR:
1 Samuel 30-31

Previous articleThe Comfortable Church – In Touch – May 10
Next articleOpen Heaven Daily Devotional 11 May 2022 – In The Time Of Peace Prepare For War (III)
The Christ Gospel Radio Building Faith and Celebrating God’s Word through Scripture and Music

Leave a Reply