JUL
30

UK News

Pregnant women urged to get jab as...Nightclubs start asking for NHS...Migrant women and babies held in...Walking and biking prioritised in...Russian module mishap destabilises...Covid in Sydney: Military deployed...Storm Evert: South West braced for...Covid in Wales: Self-isolation rules...Dairy giant Arla says driver crisis...Covid-19: Biden tells states to...Scarlett Johansson sues Disney over...US sailor charged over massive USS...The Papers: 'No jab, no job' threat...Olympics: The hidden sight of...Rapper ENNY talks sexual consent in...Cheerleader Sarah Frei's fight back...Disease killing 'Europe's oldest'...Mikey Poulli: The young blind...In pictures: International Tiger Day...‘I'm black, my partner's white -...China warns UK as carrier strike...The Strokes Is This It at 20: Nudes,...'I was asked how often I use the...Dressage: How to make a horse danceThe seaweed farmers with high hopes...The fungus and bacteria tackling...Covid and a coup: The double crisis...Could a Covid 'pingdemic' ruin the...Tokyo Olympics: Bethany Shriever...Tokyo Olympics: Kye Whyte wins GB's...Erasmus records hour-long video...Tokyo Olympics: Duncan Scott wins...The Hundred - London Spirit v Trent...Aberdeen survive Hacken scare to...Tokyo Olympics: Bethany Shriever &...Tokyo Olympics: Duncan Scott wins...Tokyo Olympics: GB men's eight take...Tokyo Olympics: GB's rower Vicky...Hong Kong crowd booing China's...Dina Asher Smith begins women's 100m...Tokyo Olympics medals tableTokyo Olympics: Day-by-day guide to...Tokyo Olympics: Take a tour of the...Covid-19 in the UK: How many...Covid symptoms: Is it a cold or...The EU vaccine 'passport' and what...Covid: What do under-30s need to...Coronavirus: How does the NHS...Coronavirus: Four numbers that...Covid: Who has to self-isolate,...Beta coronavirus variant: What is...Covid passports: How do they work...What are the holiday rules for...Covid rules: What has changed?What are the travel rules for Spain,...What are the rules and guidance for...'Covid passports': How can the NHS...Lockdown muscle loss: Five ways to...Long Covid: What is it and what are...Covid vaccines: How fast is progress...Covid vaccine: How many people in...Covid: Which children are being...Care homes worst hit by Covid –...Covid map: Coronavirus cases,...Tokyo Olympic Games: When are they...Covid: Why is social distancing...Covid: When will I get the vaccine?Covid-19: Five ways to avoid...Coronavirus cure: What progress are...

Church News Feed

Daily Bible Study - kindly provided by the Bible Society

Do have a look at the Premier Daily Bible reading below. It is really so good.

And the king granted these requests, because the gracious hand of God was on me.
Nehemiah 2:8 NLT


Nehemiah’s appearance before King Artaxerxes went incredibly well. Not only did the King grant him all the leave that he wanted, but he gave Nehemiah letters to the governors of Trans-Euphrates to ensure his safe travel, together with access to the royal forest for wood to help with the reconstruction of Jerusalem. Nehemiah’s response was that this happened because the gracious hand of God was on him. When things go well in our lives it is so important that we immediately turn to God in praise. If we have succeeded in sport we need to praise God for the gift of our bodies and the strength he has given us. If we have done well in our studies or business then we need to praise God for the skills and abilities that he has graciously given us which have made the success possible. If our families are healthy and doing well then we need to praise God for the way in which he graciously gave them to us in the first place. Every day provides us with reasons to praise God.

What impresses me is that Nehemiah saw God’s gracious hand upon him in the bad moments as well as the good ones. As soon as Nehemiah got to work the opposition started to kick off. Throughout his building programme he was dogged by fierce attacks from Sanballat the Horonite, Tobiah the Ammonite and some of the Jewish nobles. He could have concluded that his opponents were proof that God had withdrawn his hand of blessing – but he didn’t. Through it all Nehemiah was firmly persuaded that God’s gracious hand was upon him, on the disastrous days as well as the successful ones. His relationship with God was so secure that he knew that, whatever the circumstances, the Lord would stand by him.

Whatever happens to you today I invite you to believe that God’s gracious and loving hand is upon you giving you strength to face every challenge and blessing.

QUESTION

In what way do you recognise the gracious hand of God upon you at the moment?

PRAYER

Loving God, thank you that you are beside me every step of the way graciously providing for me through thick and thin. Help me each day to trust you more. Amen


Premier is a charity and would really appreciate support to help them remain on air. To become a Premier Partner and receive your own copy of the Premier Bible please CLICK to donate .


We also use this Daily Bible Study. It is an excellent all-rounder. Please CLICK to see a new  Bible Study every day. Don't forget you have a major faith resources section on this site. You can use it to find materials or to contact churches in Lickey and Blackwell or around Birmingham. You can find church services on holiday by changing the site postcode.









This Microportal is built on the 2day Microportals platform which provides you with 3 click access to local and global information crucial both to your personal and working life. The platform provides live local data on transport, what's on, accommodation, eating out, shopping, sport, religion and weather as well as comprehensive reference and resource sections including TV, radio, online shopping, route planning, health, education and more.

We are not responsible for the content of external internet sites to which any 2day supported sites are linked. We do not share any contact information with other providers. We use cookies to make our site work efficiently. More information on privacy and cookies.

Copyright © 2004–2021 2day Microportals, East Quither Farm, Milton Abbot, Tavistock, Devon, PL19 0PZ, UK.