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Daily in Your Presence - July 10

  • 2010 Jul 10
  • COMMENTS

Day 192

PRAISEWORTHINESS

We will tell the next generation the praiseworthy deeds

of the Lord, his power, and the wonders he has done.

Psalms 78:4-5

FROM THE FATHER'S HEART
My child, I am giving you responsibility as My disciple. If you find buried treasure, do you hoard it for yourself or do you share the good news with others? Every truth, gift, and blessing I have given you is like buried treasure. If you never use those precious jewels, never polish them, never share their wealth with others, they will tarnish in your heart and be of use to no one. What I have done is praiseworthy. Go tell someone of My love today. The future generation depends on you!

A GRATEFUL RESPONSE
Even if our voices were silent, the rocks would join all creation in singing praise to You, Lord.  But I want those who come after me to find me faithful, Lord. You are praise-worthy, and as long as I have breath, I will use every opportunity to tell of Your power and greatness. There is so much to share. Where do I begin?

SIMPLE TRUTH

May those who walk our paths find our steps easy to follow.

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