November 23, 2015

Sin destroys.

Genesis 4:7 – “If you do what is right, won’t you be accepted? But if you do not do what is right, sin is crouching at the door. Its desire is for you, but you must rule over it.”

When temptation enters our hearts and minds, we either deal with it and gain mastery over it, or it eventually leads us to sinful actions. The time between the initial temptation and the chosen response is critical. Much hangs in the balance.

Temptations come at unexpected moments. Sinful thoughts may cross your mind. Selfish feelings may begin to invade your heart. The promptings of the Holy Spirit will warn you that God is not pleased with the direction your thoughts and feelings are taking you.

At the moment of conviction, you must master the sin that crouches at the door of your life. Sin destroys. Sin brings death. Sin is not something to toy with or take lightly.

Heed God’s caution and you’ll avoid unnecessary hardship for yourself and others.

Excerpt – November 23, 2015 reading from Experiencing God day by day – Henry T. Blackaby & Richard Blackaby

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October 21, 2015

It is well…

Ever sang that song, it is well…it is well with my soul? Sometimes, I feel like the author of that song has written those lyrics when His eyes were fixed upon Jesus. 

Can you say it is well with your soul at this very moment? Fix your eyes upon Jesus. Never let anything distract your attention from Him. 

Keep on praying. Become the man or woman of prayer…constantly ask God for guidance even in the littlest of things. Our heavenly father would love that.

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