But the things which God announced beforehand by the mouth of all the prophets, that His Christ would suffer, He has thus fulfilled.

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Father, may we all, who profess your name, be telling a lost world, the Good News, that our souls were bought with a price, that we can never repay, by Jesus perfect life, his giving of himself for us, out of perfect love, that we might be rescued from ourselves, to a new life in him. Your word never returns empty, and YOUR LOVE NEVER FAILS.

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May our light shine bright, for the world to see. May that light, not point to us for our perfection, but to Jesus, who was perfect in every way. The God/Man who came to give us this light and life.

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You all are a blessing. Thank you for following my random thoughts in the mornings. 🙂🙏🙂

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Our prayers are not for us to be seen, but for us and our hearts to be seen by God. It is not for us to receive Glory, but for him to receive Glory and Honor and Praise, and to petition him for his will ours needs? It’s not about us, but about him.

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May we wait patiently, on you, O Lord. May we not look at what we don’t have yet, but see the blessings and grace, we have already received. May we look forward, to so much more, when we receive our final crowns. Our Hope is in you, Lord. The one who has rescued us from destruction, through Jesus!

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Living Waters (Thought for the Day – TFTD).

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John MacArthur Study Bible

The overarching theme of this book and particularly the first 9 chapters is introduced—reverence for God (see v. 29; 2:5; 3:7; 8:13; 9:10; 14:26, 27; cf. also Job 28:28; Ps 34:11; Ac 9:31). See Introduction: Historical and Theological Themes. This reverential awe and admiring, submissive fear is foundational for all spiritual knowledge and wisdom (cf. 2:4–6; 9:10; 15:33; Job 28:28; Ps 111:10; Ecc 12:13). While the unbeliever may make statements about life and truth, he does not have true or ultimate knowledge until he is in a redemptive relationship of reverential awe with God. Note the progression here: 1) teaching about God; 2) learning about God; 3) fearing God; 4) knowing God; and 5) imitating God’s wisdom. The fear of the Lord is a state of mind in which one’s own attitudes, will, feelings, deeds, and goals are exchanged for God’s (cf. Ps 42:1).

Lord, May we seek your counsel, as we choose our friends and associates. They can be a source of great joy, or great sorrow. Help us to remember even, when choosing friends & and associates, to ask you for wisdom ( James 1)

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Forgive us Lord, when we seek help in the temporal things. May we ALWAYS, find comfort and help in you, no matter what comes our way. NOTHING, can separate us from your LOVE!

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Obey God and Prosper – Given to Israel, and passed down to the gentiles as well. We have been chosen, for a purpose, that is meant to share with others. He is our God, and We are his people. Our hearts transformed, by the work of Jesus.

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Obey God and Prosper

1 “Now this is the commandment, the statutes and the judgments which the L ORD your God has commanded me to teach you, that you might do them in the land where you are going over to possess it, † 2 so that you and your son and your grandson might a fear the L ORD your God, to keep all His statutes and His commandments which I command you, b all the days of your life, and that your days may be prolonged. 3 “O Israel, you should listen and 1 be careful to do it, that a it may be well with you and that you may multiply greatly, just as the L ORD , the God of your fathers, has promised you, in b a land flowing with