A Moment with God on Route 66
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Today's Inspirational Reading:


Here’s a biblically-based word of advice from the seventeenth-century English churchman, Thomas Fuller. On the subject of relationships he said, “Better to be alone than in bad company.” I wonder if he had a verse from the New Testament in mind when he made that statement. The apostle Paul wrote in First Corinthians, “Evil company corrupts good habits.”

Would you be willing to separate yourself from people who might impact your life in a negative way? Some people resist that idea for fear of being alone. But those who know God are never alone. Like the hymn-writer has said, “What a friend we have in Jesus.”

This is David Jeremiah encouraging you to get on the road to new life . . . Discover God’s friendship . . . On Route 66.