Monthly Archives: May 2014

Hard hearts, useless hearts

Psalm 95:8 The Lord says, “Don’t harden your hearts as Israel did at Meribah,    as they did at Massah in the wilderness. Our hearts become hardened when we continually resist God’s will.  It is difficult to encounter God when our hearts are hard.  A … Continue reading

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The best time to pray–morning, noon and night

Psalm 55:17  Morning, noon, and night    I cry out in my distress,    and the Lord hears my voice. Psalm 5:1-3  O Lord, hear me as I pray;    pay attention to my groaning. Listen to my cry for help, my King and my God,    for I pray to no … Continue reading

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Don’t ignore God’s justice

Psalm 36:1  Sin whispers to the wicked, deep within their hearts.    They have no fear of God at all. Psalm 50:16 But God says to the wicked:“Why bother reciting my decrees    and pretending to obey my covenant? The wicked don’t fear God so … Continue reading

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Physical gratification v. spiritual satisfaction

Psalm 106:13-15 Yet how quickly they forgot what he had done!    They wouldn’t wait for his counsel! In the wilderness their desires ran wild,    testing God’s patience in that dry wasteland. So he gave them what they asked for,    but he sent a plague along with … Continue reading

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