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Do you seek to live a pure life?

Question:

Do you seek to live a pure life?

Scripture:

11 He who loves purity of heart,
and whose speech is gracious, will have the king as his friend.

Breakdown:

It says for the one who seeks a pure heart and speaks with grace will have the king as a friend. God will be pleased with you and will have a growing relationship with you, if you desire these things. Sometimes in our lives it’s easy to want or go after sinister things. Whether it’s watching a bad movie, speaking in a derogatory manner, or letting our flesh get the better of ourselves, we are human and will make mistakes. God values when we speak what is true. (Proverbs 16:13) I like this scripture because it points out what really matters and that’s our hearts. If you try your best and truly desire a life of purity and freedom in God, you will be blessed in return. Our motivation shouldn’t be to get something in return but rather to give glory and honor to God. If we humble ourselves enough we just might be able to see life in a new way, a way that is representative of Gods’ love for us.

Encouragement:

I encourage you to stay strong in your faith no matter how big or small. Life is hard at times but when we surrender ourselves over to Gods love he blesses us, which is the most amazing thing anyone can experience.

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Am I missing the blessing?

Question:

Are you wondering if you can hear God, if you getting any direction, or if he’s even there.

Scripture:

PROVERBS 4:20-22

20 My son, give attention to my words;
Incline your ear to my sayings. 21 Do not let them depart from your eyes;
Keep them in the midst of your heart; 22 for they are life to those who find them

Breakdown:

Don’t miss the wonderful blessings God has for you by not devoting yourself fully. This scripture shows the true love God has for us by giving us very practical but powerful directions. “Give attention to my word” (read your bible) and do not forget them but make them the reason you see life differently. It also says “for they are life to those who find them”. The bible does this alot in which it takes a practical physical act like reading the word and shows a spiritual connection. I think in every physical action there is a spiritual connection. In this example reading the word daily and seeking to find Gods message, praying and asking him for direction, you will be blessed with life. You will see life, experience life, and understand life in new ways. God does require us to seek him. He won’t talk to you with you never acknowledging. By reading and truly devoting yourself, God smiles and begins to show you his love in miraculous ways.

Encouragement:

Life gets tough sometimes whether in a relationship, at work, or at school. My prayer is that you would find a few minutes at the beginning of your day to devote to prayer. God will see this as a sign of faith and bless you for it. As always:

God loves you; I love you, thanks for stopping by!

Where does our power come from?

Question:

Where does our power come from?

Scripture:

2 Corinthians 4:5-7

Breakdown:

This scripture begins by talking about how we don’t go around preaching or talking to people about ourselves and the good things we do, but instead we talk about how Jesus is Lord and the source of all good things in our life. The reason this is important in keeping with this week’s theme “being a light for all to see” is because we must recognize we are not the light. The things we have, or the things we’ve done are not the light. No, God the creator of the universe is the light and He chooses to have an intimate, personal relationship with those who choose to seek him. This relationship allows God to shine His light through us and onto others. Since God is the light in our lives, our source, we must not forget where our power comes. The power to get up in the morning, go to school or work, to share our testimonies with others, the power to eat, sleep, and even breathe. Without God we are simply living life going through the motions, and without purpose. Without acknowledging the source of our strength and the good things in our life, we limit ourselves and the work the Lord can do through us. He shines through us and is giving us the power and strength to be the people He has called us to be and to accomplish His purpose for our lives.

Encouragement:

Ask yourself do I give God enough room in my life to control my life or do I make the decisions. God is so much bigger than we can imagine and there is nothing to big or too small he can’t help us with. Keep reading and seeking him daily!

God loves you, I love you. Thanks for stopping by!

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