My son, do not despise the Lord’s discipline and do not resent his rebuke, because the Lord disciplines those he loves, as a father the son he delights in. Proverbs 3:11-12, NIV Lord our God, we thank you that in spite of all the evil, we may look toward the good and toward a change for the better. For your love, your Spirit of love, can be with us. In spite of all that has gone wrong, we can change. Through genuine faith we can become worthy in your sight. Everything can turn to the good. The nations can become glad, rejoicing in life because you are working among them to help them change. Amen.
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Peter Battle Biles
He was not lonely. He had his job, his gun, and a hunting lodge. He was okay. Read now.
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A debilitating accident reacquainted me with my own weakness and limitation, and the power of a disabled God. Read now.
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The Good Party understands that what it means to live in common, can never be divorced from our experience of being with, and loving, other people. Read now.
Daily Prayer for February 20
Source: Daily Prayer