40 DAYS OF AMAZING LOVE
40 Days of Amazing Love, A love letter from God
DAY 1 DAILY DEVOTION
“For God so loved the world that he gave his one and only Son, that whoever believes in him shall not perish but have eternal life.” John 3:16
What does this verse mean to you?
Allow the Holy Spirit to guide and direct you in prayer.
~inspiring hope & seasoning faith, Pastor Sean & Dr. Regina Daigre
The purpose of the 40 Days of God’s Amazing Love is to encourage daily bible reading and reflection on God’s love, our marriages, our relationships with each other, and our enemies. Each day you will receive a daily devotion for reading, reflection, and prayer.
God works in every area of our lives. Over the next 40 days we will fast and pray to make intentional decisions to walk in truth and to walk in love.
We will intentionally choose victory for the battle that has already been won through Jesus Christ.
Allow this 40 Days love letter from God to breathe faith, hope, love, grace, mercy, strength, and peace in your life.
PRAYER AND FASTING
If you choose to pray and fast, here is the guide:
Breakfast – 1 shake
Lunch – 1 shake
Dinner – 8 oz of protein and two vegetables
Drink 8 8-oz glasses of water each day.
Consult your doctor before fasting and follow orders from your doctor.
SPECIAL INVITATION - DAILY DEVOTION FOR WOMEN
I would like to read Seeds of Spring: A Woman's 40-day Journey with you. Click
https://bible.com/p/2402682/42ca48bf6567041ef13d8629321b4959 to join. You will need to download the YouVersion app to participate in this devotion. Thank you!
~Inspiring hope and seasoning faith, Dr. Regina M. Daigre
SPECIAL INVITATION - DAILY DEVOTION FOR MEN
I would like to read ReThink Life: 40 Day Devotional with you. Click
https://bible.com/p/2404528/84bc47465fbeda3383aa66d79387343d to join. You will need to download the YouVersion app to participate in this devotion. Thank you!
~Inspiring hope and seasoning faith, Pastor Sean A. Daigre, Sr.
I always thank my God as I remember you in my prayers, (Philemon 1:4, NLT)
I have not stopped giving thanks for you, remembering you in my prayers. (Ephesians 1:16, NIV)