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Psalm 18:25-28 (The Passion Translation Bible)

25 Lord, it is clear to me now that how we live will dictate how you deal with us. Good people will taste your goodness, Lord. And to those who are loyal to you, you love to prove that you are loyal and true. 26 And for those who are purified, they find you always pure. But you’ll outwit the crooked and cunning with your craftiness. 27 To the humble you bring heaven’s deliverance. But the proud and haughty you disregard. 28 God, all at once you turned on a floodlight for me! You are the revelation-light in my darkness, and in your brightness I can see the path ahead.


From Oswald Chambers, My Utmost for His Highest... "A person's character determines how he interprets God's will. If we obey what God says according to our sincere belief, God will break us from those traditional beliefs that misrepresent Him."


We often put God in a box and are determined to believe that we know what He is up to and what motivates Him and how He thinks. And at other times, we dismiss Him altogether from the equation of our lives, thinking we know best for wisdom and direction. Today, may the creator of the universe turn on the lights in your life and give you clarity so you can see clearly exactly what He is up to with regard to His plan and purpose for your life!

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