JANUARY 23 Morning – Jesus Knows Our Needs | Charles Spurgeon | Updated | Devotional | Inspirational

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JANUARY 23 MORNING – Jesus Knows Our Needs | Psalm 89:19 | Charles Spurgeon | Updated | Devotional | Inspirational

Mr Spurgeon’s Daily Readings/Devotionals on this channel have been updated so that those ‘Thee’s’ and ‘Thou’s’ have been changed and the Bible passages are quoted from the New King James version, instead of the King James version.
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This morning’s devotional has been summarised by the ‘Be Very Inspired’ team.


“I have exalted one chosen from the people.” Psalm 89:19 [NKJV]

Why was Christ chosen from the people? Speak, my heart, for heart-thoughts are best.

Was it not that He might be able to be our Brother, in the blessed tie of kindred blood?
Oh, what relationship there is between Christ and the believer!

The believer can say, “I have a Brother in Heaven; I may be poor, but I have a Brother who is rich, and is a King, and will He allow me suffer to want while He is on His Throne?
Oh, no! He loves me; He is my Brother.”

Believer, wear this blessed thought, like a necklace of diamonds, around the neck of your memory.

Put this thought as a golden ring, on the finger of recollection, and use it as the King’s own seal, stamping the petitions of your faith with confidence of success.

He is a Brother born for adversity, treat Him as such.

Christ was also chosen from the people that He might know our wants and sympathize with us.

“He was tempted in all points like we are, yet without sin.” In all our sorrows we have His sympathy. (Hebrews 4:15)

He knows temptation, pain, disappointment, weakness, weariness, poverty, because He has felt them all.

Remember this, Christian, and let it comfort you.

However difficult and painful your road, it is marked by the footsteps of your Saviour.

When you reach the dark valley of the shadow of death, and the deep waters of the swelling Jordan, you will find His footprints there.

Whichever place we go, He has been our Forerunner; each burden we have to carry, it has once been laid on the shoulders of Immanuel.

“His way was much rougher and darker than mine
Did Christ, my Lord, suffer, and shall I fret?”
Take courage! Royal feet have left a blood-red track upon the road,
and consecrated the thorny path forever.



Hope you have enjoyed and have been inspired by this morning’s devotional by Charles Spurgeon. Please also check out this evening’s devotional as well.


Charles H Spurgeon (1834 – 1892) was a well known and much loved English preacher and is known as the ‘Prince of Preachers’.
Mr Spurgeon was pastor of the New Park Street Chapel, now known as the Metropolitan Tabernacle in London for nearly 40 years.
Mr Spurgeon was a prolific Christian writer. He had authored many books and had been translated into many languages, even during his lifetime. His sermons at Metropolitan Tabernacle are still being read by many Christian readers and watched on Youtube worldwide.

The ‘Be Very Inspired’ Channel has been created to provide quality Christian materials to inspire Christian Living in this uncertain time.
We hope in a small way, we can encourage each other as we look forward to the second coming of our Lord Jesus Christ in all His Glory.

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God Bless!


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