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Daily Bread September 24

Never Take Manna for Granted
Miriam Sander of Rockwood, TN, USA


Deceit is in the mind of those who plan evil,
  but those who counsel peace have joy. -Proverbs 12:20

“Heaven help me should I ever take this for granted,” I thought to myself as I took the final bites of the finale of a seven-course meal. I was finally eating the meal I had booked long in advance. Should I return, my chances of getting back to this restaurant anytime soon were minimal. I certainly would not have a five-star chef personally visit my table before I returned. I wanted to savor not just the food but also the moment. Some things, like my once-in-a-lifetime (for me) meal, should never be taken for granted. Yet, it happens.

Imagine a chef bringing you a delightful loaf of bread; each bite melts in your mouth. Your senses light up. The smell is incredible. The taste is delectable. Sweet hints of heaven’s goodness please your tongue as you realize the king of the universe, God himself, prepared this for you. You never had to book appointments months ahead. You only had to wake up and manna from heaven poured right to the breadbasket on your front porch. These things don’t happen. They’re not mundane experiences. I can say I’ve never needed a manna umbrella.

However, after years of their wilderness journey, the Israelites were done with manna. They were ready for their other courses. They murmured and complained even though every morning they experienced miracles others have never seen.

Miracles are only as good as our appreciation of them. The things we once prayed and thanked God for can begin to feel stagnant when we lose our appreciation for them. Today, I want to challenge you to recognize beauty and resist complacent attitudes towards God’s provisions. Take time to savor God’s love and gifts given to you.

Lord, help us never take our manna for granted.

Prayer Phrase

Help us see beyond our dark places and find our way closer to your loving light.

Spiritual Practice

Healing for Broken Spirits

Begin with quiet prayer. Ask God to help you detect some “sore places” in the body of Christ and God’s creation. Become aware of people who feel separated, wounded, or left out. Reflect on or write a short journal entry of healing words to at least one person who comes to mind. Ask God for words that will touch this person’s broken spirit like healing ointment. Keep this person in your heart and prayers today and act on any ideas that come to bring blessing and wholeness.

Today’s Prayer for Peace

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Daily Bread September 23

Embodied Prayer
Sheila Kunzweiler of Dayton, OH, USA


“But to what will I compare this generation? It is like children sitting in the marketplaces and calling to one another,
‘We played the flute for you, and you did not dance;
  we wailed, and you did not mourn.’
For John came neither eating nor drinking, and they say, ‘He has a demon’; the Son of Man came eating and drinking, and they say, ‘Look, a glutton and a drunkard, a friend of tax collectors and sinners!’ Yet wisdom is vindicated by her deeds.”
At that time Jesus said, “I thank you, Father, Lord of heaven and earth, because you have hidden these things from the wise and the intelligent and have revealed them to infants; yes, Father, for such was your gracious will. All things have been handed over to me by my Father; and no one knows the Son except the Father, and no one knows the Father except the Son and anyone to whom the Son chooses to reveal him.
“Come to me, all you that are weary and are carrying heavy burdens, and I will give you rest. Take my yoke upon you, and learn from me; for I am gentle and humble in heart, and you will find rest for your souls. For my yoke is easy, and my burden is light.” -Matthew 11:16-19, 25-30

My morning meditation involved imagining what the day before me might look like before even getting out of bed. It was shaping up to be a beautiful day, so I threw on some hiking clothes, grabbed the dog, and headed for the woods. As we began our hike, I felt like the woods were electric and vibrant. “It feels like a deer day,” I whispered. No sooner had those words fallen from my lips, I turned to my right, and my eyes fell upon a doe in the bushes staring at me. I stood in silent awe of the gift before me, and then thanked her for the opportunity to share in that moment with her.

We moved on hiking through a wooded trail that would eventually lead to the creek. We began to approach the water, me thanking God for the gift of the deer, when I heard a thrashing in the woods to my right. There another deer was before me. She bounded away in slow motion it seemed, as if to show off her agility and beautiful white tail. Wow, God! Two in one day! Dylan got his drink from the creek, and we moved on.

I came upon a turn to the right that led to a pond in the clearing. I decided not to leave the shade, but as I turned to the side I saw yet another deer, chewing and eyeing me intently. It provided another opportunity for me to stand still and gaze at the beauty before me. What an extravagant God to shower me with these three gifts. I was reminded of the Trinity blessing my life.

I have been studying the body’s role in spiritual practices. In my meditation that morning, I had envisioned being a part of God’s glorious creation. My body played a major role in this coming to pass. My prayers became embodied on my walk, and I witnessed with my eyes the three deer. I was richly blessed for taking time to feed both body and spirit.

Prayer Phrase

Help us see beyond our dark places and find our way closer to your loving light.

Spiritual Practice

Healing for Broken Spirits

Begin with quiet prayer. Ask God to help you detect some “sore places” in the body of Christ and God’s creation. Become aware of people who feel separated, wounded, or left out. Reflect on or write a short journal entry of healing words to at least one person who comes to mind. Ask God for words that will touch this person’s broken spirit like healing ointment. Keep this person in your heart and prayers today and act on any ideas that come to bring blessing and wholeness.

Today’s Prayer for Peace

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Daily Bread September 19

Sharing in Prayer
Steve Bolie of Clive, IA, USA


Let me hear what God the Lord will speak, for he will speak peace to his people, to his faithful, to those who turn to him in their hearts. Steadfast love and faithfulness will meet; righteousness and peace will kiss each other.
Let me hear what God the LORD will speak, for he will speak peace to his people, to his faithful, to those who turn to him in their hearts. Steadfast love and faithfulness will meet; righteousness and peace will kiss each other.
Faithfulness will spring up from the ground, and righteousness will look down from the sky.
The Lord will give what is good, and our land will yield its increase.
Righteousness will go before him, and will make a path for his steps. -Psalm 85:8, 10-13

Spontaneous, public prayer has never been one of my skills. With preparation I can offer an appropriate prayer for a sacrament, but I usually avoid spontaneous prayers. As to personal, private prayer, Mavis, my wife, and I have relied on thoughts and concepts rather than trying to construct complete sentences. This practice has served well except in developing fluent, public prayer.

The increasing acceptance of written sacramental prayers-ordination, confirmation, and blessing of children, and for worship-has been freeing. In a past age when work was more manual labor than it is now, people may have had time to meditate and pray while doing routine work (think of a farmer doing field work for hours a day). In contrast, much work done today is less routine and requires mental rather than physical effort. Writing out public prayers has allowed busy people to devote time and energy to preparing a coherent prayer without the necessity of memorizing the prayer or relying on words to come on the fly.

Another way this development has helped me is in writing prayers for peace for our congregation and for the daily Prayer for Peace service at the Temple in Independence, Missouri, USA. For the first 23 years of that daily service, I only considered writing prayers for peace when I was envious of a friend’s prayer being used. In recent years I have submitted several prayers that have been used.

Often, when I start to write a prayer for peace, I don’t know what I will say. Just as often, I’ve decided on a descriptive word for God-Creating God, Revealing God, for example. The prayer has developed quite easily from that beginning and I have been blessed by the Holy Spirit providing thoughts and words.

The take-away for this experience: you, too, can write and submit prayers for peace. You and the church will be blessed, and peace will expand in the world.

Editor’s Note: Follow the link for guidance to submit a Prayer for Peace https://www.CofChrist.org/submit-prayer-for-peace

Prayer Phrase

Help us see beyond our dark places and find our way closer to your loving light.

Spiritual Practice

Healing for Broken Spirits

Begin with quiet prayer. Ask God to help you detect some “sore places” in the body of Christ and God’s creation. Become aware of people who feel separated, wounded, or left out. Reflect on or write a short journal entry of healing words to at least one person who comes to mind. Ask God for words that will touch this person’s broken spirit like healing ointment. Keep this person in your heart and prayers today and act on any ideas that come to bring blessing and wholeness.

Today’s Prayer for Peace

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Daily Bread September 18

The Peach-Colored Seatbelt
Ruth Andrews-Vreeland of Albuquerque, NM, USA


The wilderness and the dry land shall be glad,
  the desert shall rejoice and blossom;
like the crocus it shall blossom abundantly,
  and rejoice with joy and singing.
The glory of Lebanon shall be given to it,
  the majesty of Carmel and Sharon.
They shall see the glory of the Lord,
  the majesty of our God. And the ransomed of the Lord shall return,
  and come to Zion with singing;
everlasting joy shall be upon their heads;
  they shall obtain joy and gladness,
  and sorrow and sighing shall flee away. -Isaiah 35:1-2, 10

We bought an extremely nice, gently used minivan with lots of “extra trim” in 1988 when our kids were all very young. We enjoyed taking it all over the country on trips. As kids often do, our three had to find something to squabble over during our family excursions, and their “weapon of choice” was who had to sit in the seat with the peach-colored seatbelt! All the other seatbelts were tan, just like the van’s interior. Lots of tears were shed by the child who lagged getting into the van, as they ended up getting last choice of where to sit. Oh, the horrors of having to end up with the peach seatbelt!

Mark and I never understood why our kids made such a fuss over it. But the answer was that they were kids, very young, immature, and a bit self-absorbed, with that characteristic “me-first” attitude, like so many children. Eventually, it became the funny story about their childhood that still makes all of us laugh uncontrollably. It was absolutely ridiculous!

The current, tragic situation in the United States reminds me a bit of our old peach-colored seatbelt. People who believe that the color of anything-for instance, someone’s skin-makes another person superior or inferior, are immature and self-absorbed with that characteristic me-first attitude. I wish everyone could just grow, get over themselves, and laugh at how silly their childish thoughts on that subject used to be.

As an artist, color is one of my favorite words in the English language. I love all colors equally (OK, so maybe purple is at the top of the list!) but the variety of shades of skin color is so endless, so amazing, and all of them are so beautiful! God outdid Himself creating this planet with such diversity, and people are going to squabble like small children over which skin color is best. Really? Is a color worth all the hate, all the violence, all the mayhem, and the taking of lives? Grow up, world! Learn to recognize and see the worth of all human beings! We are all God’s creations…God’s children…God’s coloring book!

Prayer Phrase

Help us see beyond our dark places and find our way closer to your loving light.

Spiritual Practice

Healing for Broken Spirits

Begin with quiet prayer. Ask God to help you detect some “sore places” in the body of Christ and God’s creation. Become aware of people who feel separated, wounded, or left out. Reflect on or write a short journal entry of healing words to at least one person who comes to mind. Ask God for words that will touch this person’s broken spirit like healing ointment. Keep this person in your heart and prayers today and act on any ideas that come to bring blessing and wholeness.

Today’s Prayer for Peace

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Daily Bread September 17

Explore God’s Word
Elizabeth Brown of Augusta, GA, USA


We know that we have passed from death to life because we love one another. Whoever does not love abides in death. We know love by this, that he laid down his life for us-and we ought to lay down our lives for one another. How does God’s love abide in anyone who has the world’s goods and sees a brother or sister in need and yet refuses help? -1 John 3:14, 16-17

For me, God’s word is a personal message of love. I find the best ways to mature as a Christian and get to know God in a personal way is to spend time with God and spend time in God’s word. Here are a few examples:

Psalm 119:105 says, “Your word is a lamp to my feet and a light to my path.” And the words of John 5:24 offer, “Very truly, I tell you, anyone who hears my word and believes him who sent me has eternal life, and does not come under judgment, but has passed from death to life.”

Being a Christian is an incredible event. For many, it is a way to find peace. “For if while we were enemies, we were reconciled to God through the death of his Son, much more surely, having been reconciled, will we be saved by his life” (Romans 5:10).

Romans 8:28 tells us, “We know that all things work together for good for those who love God, who are called according to his purpose.”

In the New Testament, suffering is part of the Christian experience. Christ died and suffered for us. At times, we also suffer. The text from 1 Peter 4:1 says, “Since therefore Christ suffered in the flesh, arm yourselves also with the same intention (for whoever has suffered in the flesh has finished with sin).”

Zechariah 13:9 tells us that followers of Christ experience testing:

And I will put this third into the fire,
  refine them as one refines silver,
  and test them as gold is tested.
They will call on my name,
  and I will answer them.
I will say, “They are my people”;
  and they will say, “The Lord is our God.”

In Matthew 28:19 we find the Great Commission. Here Jesus instructs us, “Go therefore and make disciples of all nations, baptizing them in the name of the Father and of the Son and of the Holy Spirit.”

Prayer Phrase

Help us see beyond our dark places and find our way closer to your loving light.

Spiritual Practice

Healing for Broken Spirits

Begin with quiet prayer. Ask God to help you detect some “sore places” in the body of Christ and God’s creation. Become aware of people who feel separated, wounded, or left out. Reflect on or write a short journal entry of healing words to at least one person who comes to mind. Ask God for words that will touch this person’s broken spirit like healing ointment. Keep this person in your heart and prayers today and act on any ideas that come to bring blessing and wholeness.

Today’s Prayer for Peace

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Daily Bread September 16

Take Time to Wait for the Lord!
Diane Goold of Saint Joseph, MO, USA


…those who wait for the Lord shall renew their strength,
  they shall mount up with wings like eagles,
they shall run and not be weary,
  they shall walk and not faint. -Isaiah 4:31

I was rushing today to get some things done. I started with a water aerobics class, proceeded to do a little shopping, and rushed to make a chiropractic appointment. While being treated my mind raced forward, thinking of things that still needed to be done.

At the end of the treatment, my chiropractor placed me on a therapeutic bed with rollers that move up and down my body. It massages away aches and pains and helps my tightly wound body relax. While lying there, my mind went to busy mode again, and I thought about jumping up, not waiting for the ten-minute session to end.

A small voice in my head told me to stop fretting and to relax and enjoy the massage I was receiving. As I focused on the moment, I realized this was just as important as any other activity I needed to do, maybe even more so. As I relaxed, I felt the benefit of the table rollers moving up and down my body from neck to thigh. It felt great! I then realized it would be a week before I could enjoy this ten-minute rest again. So I quieted my impatient mind and allowed myself to fall under the spell of pampered relaxation.

Are we like this with God? Do we rush around, then stop for just a second to talk to him? Do we put it off until a better time? Are we so concerned with our activities that we fail to realize the most important one of all is spending some quiet, peaceful time with God?

Next time you’re tempted to rush through or put off reading the scriptures, meditate, or spend time in meaningful prayer, pause and remember that spending time with our Lord is precious. It’s to be enjoyed, not rushed through. Take time to wait for the Lord and your strength will certainly be renewed, just as the scripture passage promises.

Prayer Phrase

Help us see beyond our dark places and find our way closer to your loving light.

Spiritual Practice

Healing for Broken Spirits

Begin with quiet prayer. Ask God to help you detect some “sore places” in the body of Christ and God’s creation. Become aware of people who feel separated, wounded, or left out. Reflect on or write a short journal entry of healing words to at least one person who comes to mind. Ask God for words that will touch this person’s broken spirit like healing ointment. Keep this person in your heart and prayers today and act on any ideas that come to bring blessing and wholeness.

Today’s Prayer for Peace

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Daily Bread September 15

Passing the Peace of Christ
Gene Allen Groner of Independence, MO, USA


For the kingdom of God is not food and drink but righteousness and peace and joy in the Holy Spirit. The one who thus serves Christ is acceptable to God and has human approval. -Romans 14:17-19

At reunion one year at Camp Farwesta, there was a memorable evening worship service. The guest minister came down into the audience and stopped at each aisle, cupped his hands together, and placed them in the hands of the first person in each aisle. I can’t begin to explain the peace and the power of the Holy Spirit as soon as he placed his hands in the hands of the person, and said, “May the peace of Christ be with you.”

I could feel the Spirit of Christ in my heart. Everyone had tears of joy in their eyes, and so did I. Each person in every aisle passed the peace in their hands to the person to their right and said, “May the peace of Christ be with you.” This continued throughout the meeting space until everyone had experienced Christ’s peace and the joy of the Holy Spirit.

Never have I seen or experienced anything like it. It was a gift from God. All were blessed that evening. And I have carried that experience in my heart and mind throughout the remainder of my life.

In Matthew 28:16-20, Jesus directs his disciples to share his love and peace with all the world:

Now the eleven disciples went to Galilee, to the mountain to which Jesus had directed them. When they saw him, they worshiped him; but some doubted. And Jesus came and said to them, “All authority in heaven and on earth has been given to me. Go therefore and make disciples of all nations, baptizing them in the name of the Father and of the Son and of the Holy Spirit, and teaching them to obey everything that I have commanded you. And remember, I am with you always, to the end of the age.

May we all be faithful to Christ’s commission. In Jesus’ name, Amen.

Prayer Phrase

Help us see beyond our dark places and find our way closer to your loving light.

Spiritual Practice

Healing for Broken Spirits

Begin with quiet prayer. Ask God to help you detect some “sore places” in the body of Christ and God’s creation. Become aware of people who feel separated, wounded, or left out. Reflect on or write a short journal entry of healing words to at least one person who comes to mind. Ask God for words that will touch this person’s broken spirit like healing ointment. Keep this person in your heart and prayers today and act on any ideas that come to bring blessing and wholeness.

Today’s Prayer for Peace

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Daily Bread September 14

Hold on to Your Hair!
Noelle Gaffka of Mount Pleasant, MI, USA


Be merciful, just as your Father is merciful. -Luke 6:36

The stars called me outside around 3:00 a.m. They were bold and magnificent. As I stood staring up at the sparkly sky, my inner voice acknowledged the view would be better if I lowered the patio umbrella. I’m glad I listened to that inner voice, or I would have missed what came next.

Silent, enormous dark wings flew just a few feet overhead as a creature swooped down over me and then up to the roof peak. There sat a huge owl. I stood in complete awe and stared at it trying to make out every detail of its face in the dark shadows of the early morning. It never made a sound. I didn’t realize I was holding my breath until it silently flew off and I exhaled. I continued to stare at the spot it once sat for several minutes debating whether I should follow it. The smell of a nearby skunk answered that question for me.

It’s been a little while since I’ve had the privilege of being in the presence of an enormous owl. As much as it made me yearn for trees to run through, it gave me a sense of appreciation for the wildlife I do have nearby.

As I reflect on the experience, I chuckle as I think of how connected we are to creation and the Spirit that intertwines us if we listen. It was as though I could hear that Spirit say, “You think the stars are cool? Put your umbrella down and watch this! Hold on to your hair!”

Prayer Phrase

Help us see beyond our dark places and find our way closer to your loving light.

Spiritual Practice

Healing for Broken Spirits

Begin with quiet prayer. Ask God to help you detect some “sore places” in the body of Christ and God’s creation. Become aware of people who feel separated, wounded, or left out. Reflect on or write a short journal entry of healing words to at least one person who comes to mind. Ask God for words that will touch this person’s broken spirit like healing ointment. Keep this person in your heart and prayers today and act on any ideas that come to bring blessing and wholeness.

Today’s Prayer for Peace

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Daily Bread September 13

The Exodus Journey
Barbara Carter, Council of Twelve Apostles


Thus the Lord saved Israel that day from the Egyptians; and Israel saw the Egyptians dead on the seashore. Israel saw the great work that the Lord did against the Egyptians. So the people feared the Lord and believed in the Lord and in his servant Moses. -Exodus 14:30-31

I grew up only blocks from the Pacific Ocean. I could hear the roar of the waves and smell the salty air from my room. Some nights I would listen to the repetitive crashing of the water and allow myself to fall asleep to the rhythmic sound. Much of my spiritual formation is shaped by the steadfastness of this vast presence in my life.

As a child I had a recurring stress dream about a large wave, 30-40 feet tall, chasing my family as we drove along a beach road. There was overwhelming fear that the wall of water would crash down and engulf us. The dream would end as we drove up a hill at the end of the road. We always outran the water. The wave never touched us.

My experience influences how I envision the Israelites standing on the edge of the Red Sea and Moses telling them to cross to the other side. I can frame this story in light of the nightmares of a child, or I can claim the steadfastness which points me to God’s chesed love (Hebrew for foundational, inclusive, expansive). The Israelites stood on the edge of their unknown future where fear and trepidation could overwhelm them, but they stepped forward and discovered a new future with God.

When we recognize God calling us into something new, we experience the exodus journey. We take steps away from what is known toward an experiment with God and each other.

Prayer Phrase

Help us see beyond our dark places and find our way closer to your loving light.

Spiritual Practice

Healing for Broken Spirits

Begin with quiet prayer. Ask God to help you detect some “sore places” in the body of Christ and God’s creation. Become aware of people who feel separated, wounded, or left out. Reflect on or write a short journal entry of healing words to at least one person who comes to mind. Ask God for words that will touch this person’s broken spirit like healing ointment. Keep this person in your heart and prayers today and act on any ideas that come to bring blessing and wholeness.

Today’s Prayer for Peace

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Daily Bread September 12

Fifteen Minutes
Grace Andrews of Independence, MO, USA


May the Lord give strength to his people!
  May the Lord bless his people with peace! -Psalm 29:11

In her book A Simple Gift of Comfort: Healing Words for Difficult Times, Jane Kirkpatrick shares these ideas: Instead of giving up an hour to think of what could or should have been, the wise soul makes a phone call to a friend; reads a book that brings laughter; ..and fills the time with what they decide will give them strength (Harvest House Publishers, 2008, ISBN 978-0736922326).

During the pandemic, I had eye surgery. Following surgery, my recovery depended on me staying in bed 24 hours around the clock with only 15-minute breaks every hour for up to two weeks.

What can you do in 15 minutes? I soon had to face the fact that it was not nearly enough time to do much of anything. Not enough time to prepare a meal and eat it, take a walk, vacuum floors, do the dishes, or get involved in a TV program. Lying in bed during the daytime I thought and planned what could be accomplished during my next 15-minute reprieve. Setting an alarm at the beginning of the 15 minutes, I bound out of bed only to have it ring incessantly before I could manage to get much of anything done. It was frustrating, yet I knew the treatment was necessary for healing.

Time is a gift, and 15 minutes is enough time to call someone who is suffering; it is enough time to find joy, peace, and thankfulness in having that time to heal; it is enough time to appreciate a wonderful husband who had food prepared and ready for each meal. It is enough time to look outdoors where life goes on and appreciate nature and birds singing. It is enough time to repeat daily, “This, too, will pass.”

What could you accomplish during a single 15-minute portion of every hour? What are your priorities? Try setting an alarm for that small segment of time and determine what you might do to bring happiness for you or someone else. Now that I am past that part of my healing, I have so much more appreciation for the gift of time that God has given me. I pray that I will not forget to use it well.

Prayer Phrase

Help us see beyond our dark places and find our way closer to your loving light.

Spiritual Practice

Healing for Broken Spirits

Begin with quiet prayer. Ask God to help you detect some “sore places” in the body of Christ and God’s creation. Become aware of people who feel separated, wounded, or left out. Reflect on or write a short journal entry of healing words to at least one person who comes to mind. Ask God for words that will touch this person’s broken spirit like healing ointment. Keep this person in your heart and prayers today and act on any ideas that come to bring blessing and wholeness.

Today’s Prayer for Peace

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