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JUST FOR TODAY: God remembers the treasure that we forget!

JUST FOR TODAY: God said, "I remember....the kindness of your youth." Remember back in your younger days when you were so quick to be kind to God and it wasn't always about expecting God to be kind to YOU?? Does everything in you life now fill God's heart with gladness, or does He just constantly hear you complain because things aren't goin' YOUR way? People who have forgotten what God remembers will not have a lot of Joy in their life..... How much kindness have you shown to God this week?? Just Askin'..... ~Pastor Lynn
Father, please forgive us for our lack of kindness to you. May the shame and humiliation of our lack of kindness lead us to repentance. Thank you for your Forgiveness, your Mercy, and Your Grace; in the name of Jesus we pray, amen.
"Godly sorrow produces repentance..." (2nd Corinthians 7:10)

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