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You have not added an image yet. Please upload and apply an image. Learning to hear it, to grasp it and act on it is something we are all challenged to do. For me the process goes like this: 1. This may be for two reasons: 1. Image source. Love it? Feel inspired by my little universe on the internet? Sorry, your blog cannot share posts by email. The eyes of man are never satisfied, nor the appetites of the carnal mind towards profit or pleasure.
The eye is not satisfied with seeing, nor is he that loves silver satisfied with silver.
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Men labour for that which surfeits, but satisfies not; nay, it is dissatisfying; but satisfies not; nay, it is dissatisfying; such a perpetual uneasiness have men justly been doomed to ever since our first parents were not satisfied with all the trees of Eden, but they must meddle with the forbidden tree. Those whose eyes are ever toward the Lord in him are satisfied, and shall for ever be so. Henry hits at the heart of the matter with this, but his last sentence really struck me. Only when we look to the Lord will our eyes be satisfied.
Our world of instant gratification when it comes to things we can look at brings to mind 2 Timothy But realize this, that in the last days difficult times will come. For men will be lovers of self, lovers of money, boastful, arrogant, revilers, disobedient to parents, ungrateful , unholy, unloving, irreconcilable, malicious gossips, without self-control , brutal, haters of good, treacherous, reckless , conceited, lovers of pleasure rather than lovers of God , holding to a form of godliness, although they have denied its power ; avoid such men as these.
True beauty is when truth whispers your name.
For among them are those who enter into households and captivate weak women weighed down with sins, led on by various impulses, always learning and never able to come to the knowledge of the truth. This desire for pleasure, for entertainment, for pleasing ourselves, for wanting what has not been given to us. Looking is not really ever the problem, our hearts are, our flesh, our sin natures. Monday, November 11, Remind Me of This. I find I often need reminding of what I already know. The fact I need reminding often discourages me, but God in His mercy sends me reminder after reminder like fresh rain falling on the dry ground of winter.
As I wrap up my reading of the O. And the LORD, the God of their fathers, sent word to them again and again by His messengers because He had compassion on His people and on His dwelling place, but they continually mocked the messengers of God, despised His words and scoffed at His prophets, until the wrath of the LORD arose against His people, into there was no remedy. Oh, and did you catch that? They continued in the stubbornness of their sin until there was no remedy for them, until they had used up every ounce of compassion. He dispersed the treasures of His own house, which He had provided, to Babylon, and then allowed His house to be burned, the wall of the city to be broken down, everything destroyed, many killed by the sword, and the rest carried away to Persia as servants.
The destruction of Jerusalem and His house was actually an act of faithfulness by a faithful God willing to have compassion on His children through suffering in order to restore them to true fellowship. But how often does God speak to us through His word and His spirit and those around us and we stubbornly fail to hear, to repent, to obey His truth? And then how often do we cast blame on Him thinking Him terribly unfair?
Yet in His faithfulness and compassion, He continues doing what is best for us even when we cannot see it. I, too, want to respond as Moses did, by immediately falling on my face in His presence, making haste to bow low toward the earth and worship God. There is a king who is faithful 1 Cor. There is a king who can save Heb.
There is a priest who bears away my sin Heb. There is a king who prepares a heavenly city for me to dwell in with Him Heb. There is one who says He will return for me John Come, Lord Jesus, but keep reminding me of who you are until that day, and help me remember to keep speaking the truth of your gospel for your glory! In the course of a lifetime we will make many hard decisions in following Christ.
If I am wise, I have much to consider, much to weigh, before reaching a point of action in any situation.
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My decisions affect not only myself or my immediate family and friends, but they may also have far-reaching consequences, as I represent Christ. How I bear His name matters.
This is not a normal human thing to do, as the flesh seeks its own way. Only in Christ can I do this. He sometimes got ahead of himself in his eagerness, though, as he did in attempting to bring the Ark of the Covenant to Jerusalem. Likewise, we often make hasty decisions in our eagerness to serve God when we do so in an unprepared manner resulting in less than pleasant consequences.
At the time of the decision to transport the Ark, David was on top of the world. There was no fault in this! The Philistines safely returned the Ark to the children of Israel on a new cart. Similarly, David had a new cart constructed to move the Ark, yet a man died in the process for trying to stop the Ark from tumbling to the earth when he reaching out and touched it with his hands Why the difference?
God did not leave David; David abandoned God temporarily while struggling with the realities of his decision.
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In his anger and confusion, David for a time willingly set God aside and distracted himself by enlarging his own family, taking many more wives at Jerusalem in addition to the ones he already had. The nation was delivered and blessed with victory, not once, but twice against the pesky Philistines, and finally, David transported the Ark of the Covenant to its new home in Jerusalem in an obedient way. God himself helped the Levites who were carrying the Ark , and as a result, there was much joy in the act.
There was an overwhelming outpouring of thanksgiving to the Lord and worship with a renewal of the commitment to minister before the Ark continually according to the law of the Lord, as He had commanded There was joy in the journey when the journey pleased the Lord. When we seek to make decisions pleasing to God, the Word of God offers us much wise counsel. Being sure is worth it.
The scene could be a common one found in blockbuster movies. The close-up of the hopelessly lost protagonist stumbling through the hot sands suddenly pans out allowing the viewer to see the vastness of the desert and the seemingly-straight path across it that in reality zigs and zags, wandering through the desert. This could be a simile for one who claims to follow God but is lost in sin.