Alrighty, friends and neighbors! Last Friday of February. We’ll have brand new resources for scripture writing, our memory passage, and our prayer scriptures beginning next week. March! Can you believe it? We’d better finish out February well first. 📖🌻☕
This morning we read from the “Christian Hall of Faith” in Hebrews 11, we finish our last day practicing Psalm 103 from memory, and we are writing Hebrews 3:3-6 from our list at The Ruffled Mango. Streams in the Desert beckons you to “Enter Into Your Inheritance”–““I just fall flat on the exceeding great and precious promises, and I have all that is in them. Glory! Glory!” He who falls flat on the promises feels that all the riches embraced in them are his.”
Tozer challenges us regarding “Mature Living”–“It is time for Bible-believing Christians to begin to cultivate the sober graces and to live among men like sons of God and heirs of the ages. And this will take more than a bit of doing, for the whole world and a large part of the church is set to prevent it. But if God be for us, who can be against us?”
Spurgeon in Faith’s Checkbook defines what it looks like to be “Set Apart”–“If we live up to our privileges, we shall live unto God so clearly and distinctly that men shall see that we are set apart for holy service and shall name us the priests of the LORD.”
We finish today with Philippians 4:8 as our prayer verse for dealing with anxiety, and we read “Conflict” from The Valley of Vision. Excellent content today, friends.
Much to seriously consider. Thanks for joining me.