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A Different Perspective - February 1

  • 2018 Feb 01
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No Room for God

by Berni Dymet  

Psa. 10:4 In his pride the wicked man does not seek him; in all his thoughts there is no room for God.

You know the thing with pride is that we only have time and space to think of ourselves. Now I'm a bit of an expert when it comes to pride, because I spent much of the first thirty-six years of my life - absolutely full of it!

And the only thing I ever thought much about - was … me. What I wanted. What I was going to do. How I felt.  Numero uno!  You know the story. 

And back then - whilst I wouldn't quite have put it this way - I pretty much didn't have any room for how other people felt, what they needed and wanted; what was going on in there life, none of that. 

And there was something else I didn't have any room for - or some one else I should say. That someone else … was God: the God who created the universe, the God who created me and the God who sent His Son to die for me. 

No - I just didn't have room for Him.

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