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Transmitting Truth – Our Daily Bread Devotional, 22nd August 2022

Transmitting Truth – Our Daily Bread Devotional, 22nd August 2022

Transmitting Truth - Our Daily Bread Devotional, 22nd August 2022

Our Daily Bread Devotional, 22nd August 2022 Today’s Topic: Transmitting Truth

Bible in a Year:

Psalms 110–112
1 Corinthians 5

Teach [God’s ways and instructions] to your children and to their children after them.
Deuteronomy 4:9

Today’s Scripture & Insight:

Deuteronomy 4:9–14

Without the ability to see their grandchildren in person due to risk of infection, many grandparents sought new ways of connecting during the COVID-19 pandemic. A recent survey showed that many grandparents adopted texting and social media as a means to maintain their precious bond with their grandchildren. Some even worshiped with their extended families by video call.

One of the most wonderful ways parents and grandparents can influence their children is by passing down the truths of Scripture. In Deuteronomy 4, Moses charged God’s people to “not forget the things” they’d seen about God “or let them fade from [their] heart[s]” (v. 9). He went on to say that sharing these things with their children and their children’s children would enable them to learn to “revere” Him (v. 10) and to live according to His truth in the land He was giving them.

The relationships God gives us with our families and friends are certainly meant to be enjoyed. By God’s design, they’re also intended to be a conduit to convey His wisdom from one generation to another, “training [them] in righteousness” and equipping them for “every good work” (2 Timothy 3:16–17). When we share God’s truth and work in our lives with the next generation—whether by text, call, video, or in-person conversation—we equip them to see and enjoy His work in their own lives.

By Kirsten Holmberg


Reflect & Pray

Who has “transmitted” God’s truth to you? With whom can you share His truth—through a text, a note, or an in-person conversation?

Thank You, God, for the legacy of faith You’ve passed on to me. Please help me to lovingly impart that legacy to others.

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