Daily Devotional- MORNINGTIME 4012

Daily Devotional. Hold your peace, let me (Job) alone, that I may speak, AND LET COME ON ME WHAT WILL. Wherefore do I take my flesh in my teeth, and put my life in mine hand? THOUGH HE SLAY ME, YET WILL I TRUST IN HIM: but I will maintain mine own ways before Him. HE ALSO SHALL BE MY SALVATION: for an hypocrite shall not come before Him. Hear diligently my speech, and my declaration with your ears. Behold now, I have ordered my cause; I KNOW THAT I SHALL BE JUSTIFIED. Job 13:13-18. Are you reading and studying your Bible as if your very life depended on it? Do you KNOW the Lord, and does He Know you? Are you continually listening and heeding the directions and instructions of the Holy Spirit in all your day-to-day activities? This is important because as you leave behind you the things of this world with all the distractions called for by self, flesh and the old man nature, you’re going to call on the Lord to fill the gap, the vacuum if you will, left by those worldly things leaving you. This vacuum must be filled by something, and if it’s not worldly, it must be Heavenly. As these coming days grow Darker, only the Light of Christ can shine on the path He wants you to take. The more you Seek and Obey Christ, the brighter your pathway will be. His Pathway is chock full of Discernment, Wisdom, Knowledge and Understanding with everything you’ll need to know to fully follow Christ in this sin-sick and perverted world. Christ also brings His Peace that passes Understanding AND Joy Unspeakable. He brings all the Godly Resources you’ll ever need TO LIVE VICTORIOUSLY IN CHRIST, IN THIS WORLD, RIGHT NOW, TODAY, AND ALL THE WAY TO YOUR HOMECOMING. (The moment you die). To eat vomit with the world, or Feast with Christ at His Banqueting Table, GOoD Stuff, is your choice. When you choose Christ, STAND YOUR GROUND, no matter who and what of this world comes against you. Job lost everything AND HE STILL STOOD WITH CHRIST. He would not be dissuaded, because he knew he would Eternally, Be Blessed. 

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