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HOW OFTEN do you thank our Savior for His faithfulness and diligence in remembering you?

Honoring our Creator with prayer and song has traditionally been of great importance to our Native people. There is an ancient story among my Cherokee people that tells of how our Cherokee women would start each day singing, "Awen de Ya." which means "I belong to God". (Cherokee Morning Song)

TODAY, I INVITE YOU to pray with me that our Native people and those serving in Native Ministry will continue to remember our Creator daily.

Luke Chapter 1, verses 72, 78 & 79 say, "God said he would be kind to our people and keep His sacred promise. God's love and kindness will shine upon us like the sun that rises in the sky. On us who live in the dark shadow of death this light will shine to guide us into a life of peace."

Ask our Creator to allow our First Nations people and those serving in Native Ministry to daily honor Him, knowing that He faithfully remembers them. Ask our Father to allow our First Nations people to gain freedom and favor to worship Him in spirit and in truth.

ADDITIONAL SCRIPTURES (4 translations: The Scriptures, CEV, Amplified, KJV):
"The Scriptures" is a translation that includes the original Hebrew names and has the books in chronological order.  The Contemporary English Version (CEV) is a translation that is written for 'oral tradition' peoples and it flows well while reading it aloud.  The Amplified version is one where meanings of words and phrases are 'amplified' for better understanding.  The King James Version (KJV) is the translation that works well with Strong's Concordance. Please also note the links to Scripture in Cherokee.

1 Peter 2:9;

Luke 1:68-79; 

Psalm 74:2; 

Romans 7:4;

Leviticus 25:55;

Psalm 47:9; 

John 8:47;

Deuteronomy 10:14;

Deuteronomy 29:29;

Job 25:2;

1 Chronicles 22:19;

Job 12:13;

Revelations 19:1.

NOTE: Visit Cherokee Bible Project for an ongoing Western Cherokee dialect project.


 

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WK 20-28:  Prayer
for Remembrance and Testimony

20:  Respectful Remembrance
21:  Renewed with Trust
22:  Remember Him Daily
23:  True Testimonies
24:  Overcome The Accuser
25:  Fight Fight Fight
26:  Keep It Simple
27:  More Than Manís Praise
28:  Walk Together

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Jeny RunningBrook, Founder of First Nations Monday and Co-Founder of All Nations Fellowship, is ordained with Indigenous Messengers International.

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