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Logos Verse for the Day

Bible Gateway Verse for the Day

Psalm 62:1King James Version

Truly my soul waiteth upon God: from him cometh my salvation.

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A Calm Resolve to Wait for the Salvation of God ] [ To the Chief Musician. To Jeduthun. A Psalm of David. ] Truly my soul silently waits for God; From Him comes my salvation.

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English Standard Version

My Soul Waits for God Alone ] [To the choirmaster: according to Jeduthun. A Psalm of David. ] For God alone my soul waits in silence; from him comes my salvation.

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New American StandardBible

God Alone a Refuge from Treachery and Oppression. ] [ For the choir director; according to Jeduthun. A  Psalm of David. ] My soul waits in silence for God only; From Him is my salvation.

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Mundy's Quote for Today

Mundy's Quote for Today
GRACIOUS GOD, we praise Thee with our whole hearts for the wondrous revelation of Thy love in Christ Jesus our Lord. We think every day of His passion, for all our hope lies in His death: but as often as we think upon it, we are still filled with astonishment that Thou shouldst so love the world as to give Thine only begottenSon, that whosoever believeth in 'Him should not perish but have everlasting life"; that heaven’s eternal darling should come to earth to be made a man, and in manhood’s form to be despised and rejected of the very men whom He came to bless; and then should be made to bear the sin of many and to be numbered with the transgressors, and, being found in that number, to die a transgressor’s death, a felon’s death upon the gibbet of the cross. 
Oh, this surpasses all belief if it had not indeed been actually so: and if the sure word of prophecy had not of old declared it, we could not have imagined it. It would have seemed blasphemy…

Connect the Testaments: A Daily Devotional

October 11: Greener Grasses
Ezekiel 23:1–49; Revelation 11:1–14; Job 35:9–16

When God’s people turn from Him, the biblical story becomes solemn, sad, and explicit.

“Now as for their names, the older was Oholah, and Oholibah was her sister. And they became mine, and they bore sons and daughters, and their names are Samaria for Oholah, and Jerusalem for Oholibah. And Oholah prostituted herself while she was still mine [being Yahweh’s], and she lusted for her lovers, for Assyria who was nearby.… Therefore I gave her into the hand of her lovers, into the hand of the Assyrians after whom she lusted” (Ezek 23:4–5, 9).

There is a firm rebuke in Yahweh’s words spoken through Ezekiel—the sin becomes the punishment. But this sad picture also reveals Yahweh’s perspective and the pain that He feels when we walk away from Him.

Ezekiel’s words should prompt us to ask questions. How often have we been blinded by our lust for “greener grasses”? How often have we sacrificed God’s plan and potential for …