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November 3, 2012

They demonstrate God’s law is written in their hearts, for their own conscience and thoughts either accuse them or tell them they are doing right.

Romans 2:15 NLT + More Versions

Do you ever get a feeling inside convicting you to take an action? Sometimes we fight and wrestle and don’t want to give money to the needy or raise our hand in worship or whatever you are feeling compelled to do.

When we resist too long the moment will pass us by and we are left wondering, or worse, seeing the consequences. But giving in to our conscience and taking action feels good when we know we are doing right. Is there something you are feeling convicted about? Take action now!

Sometimes I actually feel backed up the verses I find, when I am not searching for them. This is one of them! One time when a person is in of basic needs was ignored and I knew that the person told was in a foul mood and refused to act, knowing if I had the means would have done it myself. It was not a widow, but the need was the same.

What would you have done different?

Or would you ignore the need and snub your nose?

“You say, ‘It’s too hard to serve the Lord,’ and you turn up your noses at my commands,” says the Lord of Heaven’s Armies.

Malachi 1:13 NLT + More Versions

Walking by faith in the Lord is not an easy path. It comes fraught with a journey of constantly recognizing we aren’t perfect, seeking and maintaining peace around us, or even living with honor and integrity.

But learning to grow and walk according to God’s commands is part of a relationship with God. Don’t turn up your nose; it’s not too hard! Along the path you will be rewarded and blessed greatly.

Are you regularly seeking to learn more of God’s ways?

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