Posted by: Bro Jer | March 12, 2011

Prisoner to Prisoner Devotional 3-12-11


“O LORD, thou hast brought up my soul from the grave: thou hast kept me alive,

that I should not go down to the pit.”

Psalm 30: 3

Remember, He Still Does

The Psalmist tells us that God will save us from the grave and keep us alive even in tough circumstances.  We can see this in our prison situation.

There are times in a person’s life that something happens to them that makes a lifelong, lasting impression on them as to how they think, act, or believe.  There is one main thing that has taken place in all Christians’ lives that it seems to be taken for granted more and more all the time, and that is the fact that God has saved us from being the walking dead.  He is always with us to catch us when we start to fall so that we won’t end up in the place of the dead.

Here in prison we can look around and see people from all walks of life who are dead inside.  We can see all kinds of people who are among the living for they are living in Christ.  Even out in the world beyond these fences, it is the same way; we tend to forget what has been done and is still being done for us every day of our lives.

God gave His all for us in Christ, saving us from eternal death, and is now and forever keeping us alive through His grace and mercy.  So always remember that He is still working on and for us.  Grace, peace, and joy to you. – D.J.M.

Psalm 30, 32           Deut. 7:17-26           Titus 3:1-15           John 1:43-51

“Prisoner to Prisoner” is the only daily devotional that is written and edited…”by prisoners for prisoners”.

It also speaks to people in the free world. These devotionals are provided in the spirit and tradition of the Kairos Prison Ministries.

The ministry is SPONSORED by Marion Correctional Institution, Marion, Ohio and Kairos of Ohio Prison Ministry.

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The Lord Loves YOU!!


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