Today's Lectionary Text
A Psalm of David.
O Lord, who may abide in your tent?
Those who walk blamelessly, and do what is right,
Those who do these things shall never be moved.
When I think of someone who is blameless, my first thought is Jesus Christ. This is an undisputable fact that our Lord not only lived a life without sin but made it possible by dying on the cross then rose from the dead three days later for all mankind to live an everlasting life by accepting Jesus as our Lord and Savior.
What about the day to day living that we experience? As David spoke in Psalm 15. Is it possible to approach the sacred tent or come near the holy mountain? Our attitude toward the grace and promises of God are extremely important in our daily lives. Yes, we have the freedom to make those choices of truth over lies, right over wrong to our neighbors, fearing and honoring the Lord over a vile person. Keeping an oath even when it hurts, lending to the poor interest free and not taking a bribe. Not being shaken in any situation is the mark of someone that is grounded in the Word of God.
-Pastor Brad Zimmerman
Prayer for Reflection
Our gracious Father, we love and adore you and thank you for giving us an opportunity to serve you.
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