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Worldwide MinistryThursday, October 6, 2022 – In Transcarpathia — Give thanks and pray for the Reformed Church in Transcarpathia and Bishop Sándor Zán-Fábián as the church provides physical and spiritual support to internally displaced people in Ukraine. May they see Jesus.
- Breast cancer: "Please pray for my husband's sister, 88, who is facing cancer for the third time. Not so good..." (more)
- Ukraine: "Let us pray for the people of Ukraine as they begin the process of recovery from the devastation..." (more)
- Rev. Dr. Alex McCombie's death: "Give thanks for the life and witness of Rev. Dr. Alex McCombie who was called home to be with Jesus..." (more)
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Today's VerseIsaiah 26:4 – Trust in the Lord forever, for the Lord, the Lord is the Rock Eternal. (NIV)
Today's Daily MannaDeuteronomy 31:8a – The Lord himself goes before you and will be with you; he will never leave you nor forsake you. (NIV)
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4 - The Two-Year Bible Reading Plan is from the Cambridge Daily Reading Bible ©1995 Cambridge University Press and used by permission.
5 - Today's Verse is based on Verse of the Day.