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Psalm 125:1-2
A slight tangent here, but a brief one, and I hope a helpful reminder...

A suspect that many of God's mob feel slightly lonely, slightly overwhelmed, slightly beaten and battered, slightly disappointed with the way life muddles along... and these verses are helpful because they remind us of two truths...

First, to be in God's mob is to be immovable in identity: the One we trust in cannot be shaken.

Second, to be in God's mob is to be surrounded by God: he encompasses all of our existence.

So, be encouraged, be of good heart, be supported, be hopeful and faithful - your identity is immovable, and God surrounds you!


Pray Psalm 125:1-2...
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Matthew 12:38-45
The closing image that Jesus uses to round out his rebuke of the religious leaders is one that has grabbed much attention - and the key for understanding it lies back in Matthew 12:29. Jesus is the stronger man who has come to tie up the strong man (the devil).

But, once the old tenant has been removed, the 'house' - people - must make a decision on the next tenant: will it be the stronger man, Jesus, or will it be a return to the strong man and his evil friends?

It is a brutally clear warning about prevarication, luke-warm-ness, half-hearted commitment, and fence-sitting. And it is a warning God's people need to hear, today!


Father, please forgive my luke-warm commitment, my fence-sitting heart, and my prevaricating spirit. Please claim all of me for obedience to Jesus! Amen.
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