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Sunday, February 21, 2010


I've been percolating for several days now on the last entry on this blog, thinking about what it means to accept what God says about me, who he says I am, who he wants me to be is who I should be, etc. Every time I find myself starting to get ambitious -- meaning, starting to get riled up to do something with myself that is outside God's intention for me, something that is designed to improve my image or my ability (and this is the key part) so I feel better about myself, I turn away from it and turn back to what God says about me.

Offhandedly this morning my wife said, "Did I tell you the other day that I think you ought to read Isaiah 43 through 45? Actually it was more a sense that you should start reading at 43, I don't know how far you should read." So I read Isaiah 43-50 for my devotions this morning, and kept being confronted with what God says is true about me, and more importantly what is true about HIM. He is the creator. He is the one who makes plans and makes them happen.

So my recommendation for the day? Spend some time in Isaiah 43-50 and see who God is.

I guarantee you that this will come back around to Genesis and the garden of Eden, but I'm not going to give away the secret yet. Have fun!

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