21 Days of Dedication

21 Days of Dedication

Day #20

Deuteronomy 6:4 Hear, O Israel: The Lord our God is one Lord: 5 And thou shalt love the Lord thy God with all thine heart, and with all thy soul, and with all thy might.


The Jewish daily prayer of Gods singularity as God. The “Shema” we read in fifth the book of the Pentateuch. Each morning this verse was to be the beginning of your day. Honoring and allowing God to remain the first thought as you awoke was a very powerful and necessary connection to The Supreme Creator of the world. A reminder for parents to teach the prayers to their children in an effort of establishing them as children of God.

I am sure that in our society today we understand traditions and we also comprehend the need for repetition and reminders in our lives. If we all held habits that are good and positive in our lives, then we would not soon forget the incredible pasts each one of us represents. God is great and He is worth of loving Him with all of our heart, soul and might.

If you are truly interested in continuing the anointing of God in the next generation, then I recommend that you teach this prayer to your family. Spend time in study as to the purpose of the activities that went along with the prayer. Also write in your daily journal just what this portion of historical scripture we have, what it means to you. Place it in your memory and use it as often as you can. God still hears when you declare His Singularity in a mixed up world.

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