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My Prayer for Today

My Prayer for Today O Lord, teach us to be true to Your Word as You are true to us. In You O Lord is not a lie--falsity, untruthfulness, "two-faceless", "back-stabbing"--but with us through trials and tribulations--"thick and thin". Let us always be reminded that Jesus is our friend, not, "I [We] are Jesus' friend". We need Jesus whom is without sin to be our friend as He states, "...14 You are My friends if you do whatever I command you." ...  Be richly bless my friends in Christ Jesus of whom I pray. Amen. - Min. Lynwood F. Mundy
r [Matt. 12:50; 28:20]; John 14:15, 21; Acts 10:42; 1 John 3:23, 24
The New King James Version (Nashville: Thomas Nelson, 1982). John 15:14.

Morning and Evening: Daily Readings, Complete and unabridged; New modern edition

Morning, February 28      Go To Evening Reading

   “My expectation is from him.” 
         — Psalm 62:5

It is the believer’s privilege to use this language. If he is looking for aught from the world, it is a poor “expectation” indeed. But if he looks to God for the supply of his wants, whether in temporal or spiritual blessings, his “expectation” will not be a vain one. Constantly he may draw from the bank of faith, and get his need supplied out of the riches of God’s [loving-kindness]  This I know, I had rather have God for my banker than all the Rothschilds. My Lord never fails to honour his promises; and when we bring them to his throne, he never sends them back unanswered. Therefore I will wait only at his door, for he ever opens it with the hand of munificent grace. At this hour I will try him anew. But we have “expectations” beyond this life. We shall die soon; and then our “expectation is from him.” Do we not expect that when we lie upon the bed of sickness he will send angels t…

Connect the Testaments: A Daily Devotional

February 28: Neon Gods
Leviticus 26–27

Idolatry seems archaic. Who worships idols anymore?
We all know that in other countries, traditional idol worship of gold and wooden statues still goes on, but we often forget about our own idols. What does all our furniture point toward? Why do we care who is on the cover of a magazine? How do you feel if you miss your favorite talk show? If we’re really honest, what do we spend the majority of our time thinking about?
Idols are everywhere, and most of us are idol worshipers of some kind. When we put this in perspective, suddenly the words of Lev 26 become relevant again. The problem that is addressed in Leviticus is the same problem we’re dealing with today.
Leviticus 26 and its harsh words against idolatry should prompt each of us to ask, “What are my idols?” and then to answer with, “I will end my idolatry.” And if the temptation is too great with these things present in our lives (like the TV), we should say, “I will exile them from my home a…