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  • 27 Aug 2016
    God only requires of his adult children, that their hearts be truly purified, and that they offer him continually the wishes and vows that naturally spring from perfect love. For these desires, being the genuine fruits of love, are the most perfect prayers that can spring from it. It is scarce conceivable how strait the way is wherein God leads them that follow him; and how dependent on him we must be, unless we are wanting in our faithfulness to him. John Wesley
    22109 Posted by Bud Stilwell
  • 04 Jul 2019
    America, You Exist by My Power by Max Lucado   Every national privilege can be traced back to the hand of God. If we have liberty, we can thank the One who came to “proclaim liberty to the captives… to set at liberty those who are oppressed” (Luke 4:18 NKJV). If we enjoy a robust economy or a high tide of justice, we don’t limit our thanks to senators or the Supreme Court; we thank God.   Tally this up. God makes the boundaries. He determines the leaders. He dispenses the blessings. And America exists by the power of God. Can we afford to forget this—can we afford to sever this single, silver strand that supports the whole framework of our republic?   Only at terrible risk.   “If you ever forget the Lord your God and follow other gods, worshiping and bowing down to them, you will certainly be destroyed” (Deut. 8:19, NLT).   “America,” God says, “you exist by My power.” That’s the first reminder. But God doesn’t stop there. A second reminder commands our attention.   America, you exist for My glory.   Recall what God said through the prophet, “I will demonstrate my glory among the nations” (Ezekiel 39:21, NLT).   God does not need the United States in order to advance His cause. He lobbies no country and depends on no government. “No, for all the nations of the world are nothing in comparison with him. They are but a drop in the bucket, dust on the scales. He picks up the islands as though they had no weight at all. The nations of the world are as nothing to him. In his eyes, they are less than nothing—mere emptiness and froth” (Isaiah 40:15, 17 NLT).   Suppose—just suppose—God’s glory became America’s prayer and priority: “Not to us, O Lord, not to us but to your name be the glory” (Psalm 115:1). Suppose our elected officials daily asked. How can we honor God in our decisions? How can this school introduce students to God? How can this army promote the name of God?   Remember, who manages the hearts of rulers? Who prompts the decisions of kings? God does. God can change a nation.   For that reason, we must pray—pray with all our hearts—that America would turn back to God.   “Help us, O God our Savior, for the glory of your name; deliver us and forgive our sins for your name’s sake” (Psalm 79:9).   Copyright Max Lucado Turn, Multnomah Publishers, Inc. 2005
    2610 Posted by Bud Stilwell
  • 03 Aug 2016
    Daily Scripture & Reflection August 3, 2016   That if you confess with your mouth, "Jesus is Lord," and believe in your heart that God raised him from the dead, you will be saved. Romans 10:9   A Time to Think Every morning I spend fifteen minutes filling my mind full of God; and so there's no room left for worry thoughts. –Howard Chandler Christy, artist   A Time to Act Remember your faith is the best answer to anxiety . A Time to Pray Lord when I am full of fear and worry help me to take my eyes off of myself and to focus on You.
    2023 Posted by Bud Stilwell
  • 01 Aug 2017
    Daily Scripture & ReflectionAugust 1, 2017 Let the peace of Christ rule in your hearts, since as members of one body you were called to peace. And be thankful. Colossians 3:15 A Time to ThinkBy being calm we show that we trust in God. –Author Unknown A Time to ActPractice calm. Deliberately build quiet times into your days. A Time to PrayLord, direct me towards peace.
    816 Posted by Bud Stilwell
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Daily Scripture and Reflections
Daily Scripture & Reflection
But the Lord said unto Samuel, Look not on his countenance, or on the height of his stature; because I have refused him: for the Lord seeth not as man seeth; for man looketh on the outward appearance, but the Lord looketh on the heart.
1 Samuel 16:7 (KJV)
 
A Time to Think
A good father is one of the most unsung, unpraised, unnoticed, and yet one of the most valuable assets in our society. —Reverend Billy Graham
 
A Time to Act
Ask that our Heavenly Father bless all earthly fathers today and every day.
 
A Time to Pray
We’re honoring fathers everywhere today, Lord, and especially we honor You, the Father of us all.

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