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When Your World Falls Apart

When Your World Falls Apart

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I Don't Know

Today's Devotion: September 1
 

Eyes and Arms Open
 

However, when He, the Spirit of truth, has come, He will guide you into all truth.

John 16:13a

 

     

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Proverbs 3:5-6

 

 

Driving the 469 miles of the Blue Ridge Parkway is an explorer’s delight. From northern Virginia to the Tennessee-North Carolina border, there are wonders around every bend in the mountainous road. You may see wildlife, a pioneer cabin, gorgeous vistas, a country church, a stream or waterfall—the beauty never ends. The Parkway is not for the hurried; it is for the expectant—those eager for new experiences and discovery.


And the same is true for the Christian life—if, that is, we take seriously the foundational biblical truth that our God is a guide through life. Even though we do not know what is around every bend in the road, God does. There are encounters, discoveries, people, events, opportunities, blessings, and challenges to be found. Instead of being shocked at a circumstance or event, we should look at our path through the lens of heaven. There is a time, season, and purpose for everything (Ecclesiastes 3:1-8). There is something to rejoice in, give thanks for, and pray about around every curve (1 Thessalonians 5:16-18).


Today, trust that the Holy Spirit is guiding you into all truth. Live with eyes and arms open to embrace what you discover.



God is never taken by surprise.

John Blanchard

 

Read-thru-the-Bible
Ezekiel 25 – 27

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From This Point Forward

From This Point Forward
When Edith Galt, a preacher's daughter from Wytheville, Virginia, was living in Washington, D.C., her husband died and she took over his jewelry store. Edith had little formal education. She wasn't interested in politics and didn't even know the names of the presidential candidates in election years. But she was a savvy business woman who made enough money to retire early, travel widely, and enjoy her leisure.