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A Daily Devotion for Wednesday, May 5


John 3:1-21


verse 21: But whoever lives by the truth comes into the light, so that it may be seen plainly that what he has done has been done through God.

This is how I would like my life to be seen by others. My life should reflect my commitment to God in a way which can be recognized. The people with me in church on Sunday are not the “others” I am referring to. I would love to be part of an illustration of God’s love on earth. It is not recognition I am after, rather that my motives and my love of God be evident in my actions.

Holy One, I want to live my life in your light. Help me to reflect your light to others. Amen


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Beverly Flynn
Beverly Flynn
2021年5月05日

John 3: 1-21


How do we show our love for god...... Until we someday meet Him face-to-face, we will never understand why God has given us so much personal freedom to accept or reject Him. But that’s one of the things I love about Him. That He wants me, but won’t force the relationship. That, as the Bible says, He knows me so intimately, even the numbers of hairs on my head, but isn’t judgmental about my sins, fears, and selfishness. He loves me and patiently waits for me to become ever closer to Him. Doing Random-Acts-of-Kindness, Do good things. Jesus said, "If you love me you will keep my commandments." Honor God's name. And most importantly do this…

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Tom
Tom
2021年5月05日

John 3:17 - “Indeed, God did not send the Son into the world to condemn the world, but in order that the world might be saved through him.”


These words of Jesus stand at the root of so much misunderstanding of the Gospel. Not that it is so difficult to understand, but that we Christians have done such a poor job at conveying the message of salvation in Christ. So many reject Christianity as a rigid belief system brimming with condemnation and hate for those who are not Christian. Mahatma Gandhi famously said, “I like like your Christ, but not your Christianity.” This is often a club used by skeptics but Gandhi, too, got it wrong. His real complaint was…


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