Daily Scripture & Question

Psalm 5, 38, 41, 42  In Psalm 5, note the contrast between abundance in verses 7 and 10.  Give praise that you can come boldly into the presence of God through Jesus Christ.  Ask the Lord to show you if there is any sin in your life . . . and if so, use Psalm 38 to help you confess it.  Sin eats us up from the inside.  Knowing this, resist the temptations you face today – they are not worth it!  How does Psalm 42 teach us to “talk to ourselves” (note verses 5 and 11)?

 Family Devotions-Scripture & Questions

Read Psalm 42:5-11. We can all be sad sometimes. How does the psalmist remind himself not to let his sadness take over his life?

Biblical Prayer Focus

Psalm 119:132-134 “Turn to me and be gracious to me, as is your way with those who love your name. Keep steady my steps according to your promise, and let no iniquity get dominion over me.  Redeem me from man’s oppression, that I may keep your precepts.”

In Christ we are no longer under the reign of death and sin. But we are still awaiting the coming of our Lord to give us the fullness of salvation from the effects of sin. Beseech God to steady you where you are tottering. Ask Him to help you live in the freedom that Christ died and rose again to give you.

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