Choosing The Right Path

May 25th, 2015

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Psalm 103:1-18

Fifteen days after the catastrophic 2010 Haiti earthquake, a weak voice was detected from within the rubble in Port-au-Prince. Miraculously, a teenage girl was rescued alive. When we use the word “rescue” we’re usually speaking to issues of life and death. The Bible says when a person wanders off God’s path and is brought back; that person is saved, or rescued, from death. And their sins (disobedience) are forgiven.

God doesn’t merely sweep our sins under the carpet; forgiveness means He gets rid of them for good. Every sin has been sufficiently paid for—through the blood of Jesus Christ. On the contrary, if we don’t accept Jesus’ sacrifice, then we forfeit our own lives, for the wages of sin is death (Romans 6:23).

In today’s world it’s easy to slip away from a commitment to God. Every day we must protect our spiritual welfare and walk on the path of truth and life. Let’s take a hard look at our devotion to God. Does our love for Him overflow with praise and gratitude?

Author: Kimberly Davidson


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