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Chuck Swindoll’s ‘Insight for Today’ Daily Devotional is here. Insight for Today provides practical, relevant insight into today’s issues with Biblical principles applied. This devotional will help you connect with God on a daily basis, while also equipping you with a Bible-based approach to transforming your everyday life. Insight for Today” is a daily devotional written by Chuck Swindoll.

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Chuck Swindoll Daily Devotional

The Topic of Chuck Swindoll Daily Devotional 28 Th October 2023 Is “His Word Is Final”.

Scriptures: 1 Kings 17:1

Now Elijah the Tishbite, from Tishbe in Gilead, said to Ahab, “As the Lord, the God of Israel, lives, whom I serve, there will be neither dew nor rain in the next few years except at my word.”


God keeps His promises. It’s a major part of His immutable nature. He doesn’t hold out hope with nice-sounding words, then renege on what He said He would do. God is neither fickle nor moody. And He never lies. As my own father used to say of people with integrity, “His word is His bond.”

When you stop to think about it, it was because of a promise of God that Elijah came on the biblical scene in the first place. It was the prophet’s unpopular task to announce God’s message to the king. That message had to do with a terrible drought that was coming: the drought would last for years, and it would not end “except by my word” (1 Kings 17:1). That message was not only a wake-up call to get Ahab’s attention, it was also a not-so-subtle reminder that, even though Ahab thought he was in charge, “the God of Israel lives,” and He alone determines what will happen and when.

Elijah’s heroism in standing before the king of the land and telling him what he didn’t want to hear came from the man of God’s confidence in the word of his Lord. The Master of heaven had spoken, and that was the message Elijah brought to the attention of Ahab. God promised a drought, and nothing Ahab could do would keep it from arriving or diminish its devastating results. Furthermore, God had assured the prophet, who passed it on to the king, that the drought would not end until God determined it would end. Period. End of announcement. Exit Elijah. Bring on the drought.

The very thing that God had communicated through His prophet came to pass. Exactly as God promised, there was not a drop of rain to relieve the scorched earth. The land became parched and barren as months passed, turning into years. Rivers no longer flowed, streams dried up, wells ran dry, crops burned to a brown crisp, animals died, and the king found himself totally helpless to interfere with God’s act of judgment.

God keeps His promises. Agree with it or not, His word is final. He never forgets anything He promises. That’s right . . . never.

About Chuck Swindoll Daily Devotional “Today’s Insight”.

Today’s Insight is written by Chucks Swindoll. Chuck Swindoll has devoted his life to the accurate, practical teaching and application of God’s Word and His grace. Since 1988 he has served as the founder and senior pastor-teacher of Stonebriar Community Church in Texas, but his listening audience extends far beyond a local church body. The radio broadcast of this devotional program has aired for more than 35 years. Read more.

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