Good morning! I pray this morning’s devotion finds you well. As I was reviewing yesterday’s devotion, I noticed I listed Psalm 103 and that was incorrect. The correct chapter is Psalm 106 – sorry for my imperfection. The Lord will make me perfect in his time until then – lets just keep serving the Lord.
Today we are reading from Psalm 111. Enjoy.
“1 Praise the Lord! I will thank the Lord with all my heart as I meet with his godly people. 2 How amazing are the deeds of the Lord! All who delight in him should ponder them. 3 Everything he does reveals his glory and majesty. His righteousness never fails. 4 He causes us to remember his wonderful works. How gracious and merciful is our Lord!” Psalms 111:1-4 NLT
Sometimes we forget the Lord commands the sun to rise and set. Today, will you ponder on all the amazing things of the Lord? Look all around you for his glory and majesty.
Father God, you are gracious and merciful. Lord, you are amazing. You establish havens in the desert and refresh our parched souls. Lord, you are good. Lord, forgive us for any offenses that we have made against you or our brothers and sisters. Lord, forgive us when our hearts are full of flesh instead of love and compassion. Lord, fill us with your Holy Spirit and begin to live actively within us. Lord, we don’t want to be dried up or lukewarm Christians living on conditional motives or mood swings. Lord, we want to be all in. All in serving you, believing your word is true, trusting your promises as if we can see them clearly fulfilled today. Lord, equip us with the wisdom and tenacity to pursue you with all that we are. Lord, build us up and give us a soft and obedient heart to serve you and others. Lord, continue to change our heart condition so that we will be more like you. Lord, we thank you and we love you. In Jesus name, amen.
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