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Hello world. Did you stop to pray this morning? If not, stop and tell God how thankful you are for allowing you to see another day; Although He did nit promise that you will not see its ending, give thanks and praise for this moment. Have a blessed day in the Lord.
June 4

The Obvious

A recent article in Reader’s Digest poked fun at some labels that manufactures put on their products that state the obvious. Here’s some of the labels they cited:

* On a portable stroller: “Caution: Remove infant before folding for storage.”

* On a package of fireplace longs: “Caution risk of fire.”

* On a dessert box: “Product will be particularly hot after heating.”

* On a hair dryer: “Do not use while sleeping.”

At the risk of stating the obvious, every one of us will die and one day stand before God and give account for the way we’ve lived our lives. There will be no exceptions. At that time, we will not successfully blame others for our sins, or convince God that we didn’t sin. Just as God knows the number of stars in the heavens or the number of hairs on our heads, He knows the sins we’ve committed.

It is personal to Him.

It is personal because the sins are against Him, and it is personal because He died on the cross to pay the price for our sins. Make no mis…


June 4

Philip Doddridge, 1702–1751 (verses 1, 3)
Augustus Toplady, 1740–1778 (verses 2, 4, 5)
  For it is by grace you have been saved, through faith—and this is not from yourselves, it is the gift of God—not by works, so that no one can boast. (Ephesians 2:8, 9)
“Jesus died for all mankind”—every race and nation—and yet, He “died for me.” And now the benefits of that death, a personal salvation and restored fellowship with Almighty God, are available to all who respond in faith and appropriate that truth. With the author of this hymn we cry out with heartfelt gratitude, “Saved by grace alone! This is all my plea.”
Grace is the gift of God freely given to those who never deserved it. No merit or goodness precedes the forgiving love of God. Not only does God’s grace relate to our eternal redemption, but it is a divine provision for our every daily need—spiritual, material, emotional, and physical.
“Grace ! ’Tis a Charming Sound” is the work of two well-known 18…