In the Morning

“Sin is most clearly and indisputably manifested by how a person responds to Jesus Christ. The person who rejects Christ is dead spiritually and an enemy of God, no matter what religious profession he may make or how morally and selflessly he may appear to live. The issue of sin becomes perfectly focused when a person confronts Christ, and the crux of damming sin is rejection of Him. Men are convicted of “sin because they do not believe in Me,” Jesus said (John 16:9).” ~John MacArthur, New Testament Commentary

“Come and see what God has done: He is awesome in His deeds toward the children of men.” Psalm 66:5

“Taste and see the Lord is good: How blessed is the man who takes refuge in Him.” Psalm 34:8

“Scripture gives us many such invitations to come to God and personally experience Him. The best way to do this is to open the Bible and learn about Jesus. Ask yourself who He is and whether you could believe in Him. If you hold Him at a distance, you will never see Him for who He is. Philip simply invited his friend Nathanael to “come and see” Jesus (John 1:45-46).

Have you come? Have you seen Him? If not, brace yourself. Because once you see Jesus as He really is, your worldview, your goals, your affections, everything –

Including you view of evil and suffering – will change.” ~Randy Alcorn, If God is Good 

“In the morning my spirit longs for You.” —Isaiah 26:9

“The Lord lives, and blessed be my rock; And exalted be the God of my salvation.” Psalm 18:46

Happy Dance, Happy Dance, Happy Dance!

Have a blessed day and may the Lord bless You with His abundant mercy and goodness,

Belinda

 

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