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A Daily Word - November 24, 2014

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November 24

"He who offers a sacrifice of thanksgiving honors Me; And to him who orders his way aright I shall show the salvation of God." - Psalm 50:23

Seeing the salvation of God isn’t watching a cheap sideshow. Sign-seekers in Jesus’ day wanted to see strange sights and be entertained with miracles. Seeing the salvation of God means observing the outcomes of commitment to Him. A missionary heard of an African sorcerer who could turn men into elephants, and the missionary was intimidated. “I can’t do that,” he fretted. Then the missionary realized that it’s nothing to reduce a human being to a lower order in a fallen world. The real miracle is a sinful person made Christ-like. That’s seeing the salvation of God.

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