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|Devotional For Dieters 4/28|
|Topic Started: Apr 28 2012, 09:00 AM (25 Views)|
|DavEdsel||Apr 28 2012, 09:00 AM Post #1|
'If ye shall ask any thing in my name, I will do it.'
A man asked help from his brothers, and they had no time. He turned to his children, and they had too many other things to do. He tried his friends, but they were all away. Feeling lonely and alone, he knelt down and prayed. Why is it that we turn to God only after all our other options are closed? God has promised to give us the desires of our hearts, and yet we seek them in a hundred other places. We need to make God our first choice, not our last. Keep the Lord first in you heart, first in your mind, and first in all you do and say. You'll be amazed what it can do for you!
Today's thought: A new me is mine for the asking!
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