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Never forget that God is good all the time!

Your fellow servant in Christ,

Pastor Greene



Daily Devotional

Saturday, December 20, 2014 Devotion Behold, the Lord, the God of hosts, will lop off the boughs with a terrible crash; those also who are tall in stature will be cut down and those who are lofty will be abased. He will cut down the thickets of the forest with an iron axe, and Lebanon will fall by the Mighty One.” (Isaiah 10:33, 34) All those who are lifted up by this world. But are debased in the eyes of the Lord will be cut down. What is good and right is what is pleasurable in the sight of the Lord. Although the world may celebrate decadence, those who love the Lord are to abstain from these things and live in the ways of the Lord, knowing that He will judge those who continue to rebel against Him. Lord, I have learned the ways of the world and know how to practice them. Teach me to learn Your ways and to stay away from those things which are abominable in Your sight. Keep me from self-righteousness, but instead, teach me to live a life that always seeks to please You in all things. Guide me into Your way of living and loving and laughing, that I may do what is pleasing in Your sight at all times. Thank You Lord for the grace I need to cover the multitude of sins which are mine. Help me today to make choices which are good and right in Your sight, knowing that in You alone is there hope and a future. Keep me from the attitude of judging others, but instead, guide me to be a witness of the better life that come sin walking in Your ways. In all I do this day, help me to be faithful to You above all things. Amen.
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