“God’s Guidance” 12/14/2020 Written by Marvin Williams for “Our Daily Bread”

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Typography: Psalm 32:8 – YMI

Written by Marvin Williams for “Our Daily Bread” @ http://odb.org

Original post @ https://odb.org/US/2020/12/09/gods-guidance-2

Today's Devotional

December 9

God’s Guidance

Blessed is the one who does not walk in step with the wicked or stand in the way that sinners take or sit in the company of mockers.  Psalm 1:1

 

Today’s Scripture & Insight:

 

Psalm 1:1–3

When their bank accidentally deposited $120,000 into their account, a couple went on a shopping spree. They purchased an SUV, a camper, and two four-wheelers in addition to paying off bills. Discovering the deposit error, the bank told the couple to return the money. Unfortunately, the husband and wife had already spent it. They were then charged with felony theft. When the couple arrived at the local court, the husband said to a reporter, “We took some bad legal advice.” The two learned that following bad advice (and spending what wasn’t theirs) could lead to making a mess of their lives.

In contrast, the psalmist shared wise advice that can help us avoid messing up in life. He wrote that those who find genuine fulfillment—who are “blessed”—refuse to be influenced by the advice of those who don’t serve God (Psalm 1:1). They know that unwise, ungodly counsel can lead to unseen dangers and costly consequences. Also, they’re motivated by (find “delight” in) and preoccupied with (“meditate on”) the timeless and unshakable truths of Scripture (v. 2). They’ve found that submitting to God’s guidance leads to stability and fruitfulness (v. 3).

When we’re making decisions, big or small, about our careers, money, relationships, and more, may we seek God’s wisdom found in the Bible, godly counsel, and the leading of the Holy Spirit. His guidance is essential and trustworthy for living a fulfilling life and not creating messes.

By:  Marvin Williams

Reflect & Pray

Why do you believe Scripture is essential in making godly decisions? Who are your counselors that help you with wise advice? 

God, before I seek Your advice about things I don’t know, help me to practice obedience in the areas I do know, and in loving You and others.  

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To my brothers and sisters in Christ, please feel free to share this message of the cross with those in need…

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About Godsmanforever

I present posts about God's Word, with a personal focus on how God's grace is received through saving faith in the Lord Jesus Christ... Sinners must understand and obey the Gospel of our Lord Jesus Christ... See this link for more... https://godsmanforever.com/2014/10/26/the-truth-about-sin-10262014-by-bruce-reposted-from-7112013/
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1 Response to “God’s Guidance” 12/14/2020 Written by Marvin Williams for “Our Daily Bread”

  1. Thanks for sharing. God’s word is a lamp unto our feet and a light unto our paths.

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