Bible Promises for Those Who Serve

Bible Promises for Those Who Serve

Those of us who have worn the “cloth of our country” and served in the military know it is a unique experience.

We belong to a group of amazing men and women who epitomize the word service—making sacrifices for purposes beyond promoting self-interest.

While these experiences can be rewarding, they also can be intensely demanding—physically, mentally, and spiritually.

Lengthy deployments add to the challenges.

Whether your rank is senior or junior, whether you serve as a chaplain or are a family member on the home front, there will always be uncertainties involved in this unique lifestyle.

And where there are uncertainties, there are questions.

The Bible provides answers to these questions, but how do you know where to look?

TouchPoints for Those Who Serve helps fill this need.

With topics arranged alphabetically from “Abilities” to “Worth,” it’s easy to get right to the pressing issue.

Additionally, each topic ends with a “Promise from God,” a welcome encouragement because God never breaks his promises.

Military men and women never seem to have much time, so this is an ideal resource for finding quick answers on tough issues.

Proverbs 3:6 says, “Seek his will in all you do, and he will show you which path to take.”

My prayer is that this small book may help you draw closer to God and show you how deeply he cares for you, no matter what your circumstances.

~Rear Admiral Curtis Kemp, US Navy (Ret) Board Chairman, Cadence International

TouchPoints for Those Who Serve includes biblical encouragement about everything from Abilities to Worth. Here’s a sample!

Where do my abilities come from?

There are no self-made people. God gives each one of us the ability to accomplish our duties and to provide for our needs. You are a steward of those talents.

[Jesus said,] “Apart from me you can do nothing.” John 15:5

What does God expect me to do with my abilities?

God has entrusted resources to you according to your ability. He expects you to maximize the effectiveness of those abilities in proportion to his gifting. While the most talented people may seem the most blessed, they must also bear the most responsibility.

To those who use well what they are given, even more will be given, and they will have an abundance. But from those who do nothing, even what little they have will be taken away. Matthew 25:29

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