Day: January 17, 2021

The Joy of Forgiveness – (Psalm 32)


Psalm 32

Most Biblical scholars agree that Psalm 32 was written by David after he was confronted by the prophet Nathan over the sin he had committed with Bathsheba. When reading David’s words, you can feel how his heart aches with the pain of his sin, and in turn his joy and thankfulness at the forgiving nature of God. …

January 18th – Psalm 96:1-3

Psalm 96:1-3

No matter the circumstances, both good and bad, every day is a gift from God. And as we face this new year, and the unknown it holds, we can be sure of one thing. God is already there and in complete control. And in His great love and grace, He has allowed us to see yet another day, another month, and another year. So as each dawn rises, from thankful hearts, we should sing a new song to the Lord. A song of celebration for His faithfulness, mercy, and glory. “For great is the Lord and greatly to be praised.” (Ps. 96:4)

January 17th- 2 Peter 1:3

2 Peter 1:3

Is one of your New Year goals to clean up your life and grow in your faith? It’s God plan for us to live a life that glorifies Him and to become more Christlike in our nature. On our own, this can seem like an impossible task. But to each Believer, God gives everything we need to grown in faith, grace, and the knowledge of our Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ. (2 Pet. 3:18) So when we truly have a heart of change, God will equip us to make that change happen, and to live a life dedicated to and anchored in Him!