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Monday, October 16, 2017

Inspired by . . . Sing to Jesus: Day 16

Continuing the #write31day challenge  . . . you can find the entire series here.


Today's Reading:


Today's Offering:

Psalm 106 reveals a cycle of faith and failures by God's people. The lesson here can be applied both collectively and individually. 

Where are we as a Church in this cycle? Where are you?

The key to staying on the faith side of the equation is found in Psalm 16:8
I have set the Lord before me at all times; with Him at my right hand, I cannot be shaken.
For the times we fail to do this, there is grace. The road to grace is not hidden but it is narrow and only easily discerned through humble eyes. [click to tweet]

Do you see humility in the Church today? Where? When faced with the truth of God's sovereignty and the ugliness of our own sin, do we respond with humility?

Humility is the key that unlocks the door to grace. [click to tweet]

Psalms 46 and 76 reveal a warrior God. A majestic and awesome God who breaks arrows and smashes shields. Are you ready for Jesus to return and reveal in glory His place as King?

If you are, then join with me today in singing Psalm 137 to Jesus.

Give thanks to the God of heaven, for His love endures for ever!

Shalom,


Sunday, October 15, 2017

Inspired by . . . Sing to Jesus: Day 15

Continuing the #write31day challenge  . . . you can find the entire series here.



Today's Reading:


Today's Offering:

I have a note in my Bible above Psalm 105, it says:
"This history is about knowing the eternal purposes of the living God Who stands behind all these names, places, and events."
The same Lord that directed them is now directing us.

Praise the Lord.

Shalom,




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Saturday, October 14, 2017

Inspired by . . . Sing to Jesus: Day 14

Continuing the #write31day challenge  . . . you can find the entire series here.


Today's Reading:


Today's Offering:

Today's first reading greets us with the grave words echoed by Paul in Romans 3. We, the collective human race, is depraved, unfaithful, and altogether corrupt. Psalm 44 seems to add insult to injury as it tells of God's rejection and humbling of His people. Psalm 74 continues:
God, why have You cast us off? and is it forever?
And then Psalm 104 helps us remember that everything we are everything we have, comes from Him:
What You give them they gather up; when You open Your hand, they eat their fill of good things.
Thanks be to God our story does not end in depravity! The Lord has blessed us indeed. But not just by supplying for our physical needs. He has made provision for our spiritual needs as well.

Where once we were dead in our transgressions - we are now alive in Christ!

Truly He has blessed us!  Come let us bless Him in return. Let us lift up our hands and bless the Lord!

Shalom,