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Your word have I hidden in my heart, that I might not sin against You. Psalm 119:11
Do you want to know how to live a more holy and victorious life?
Firstly, seek the Lord with all your heart. It means to desire Him, want Him, need Him above any and every other desire. Secondly, hide God’s word in your heart. Study the word so that the Holy Spirit can bring it to your remembrance when you need it. So you can then be comforted, corrected, and guided.
You should seek to live pure lives by living according to His word because to do so glorifies God. It honours Him. Pleasing God because you love Him and want to honour Him.

If you were blessed enough to open your eyes this morning; there’s still more to see, there’s more to do, more to show, more to live. God has you in His hand, let Him show you the beauty of being alive.

Love gets complicated. And often times, it’s because we complicate it. We are not always trying to, but our imperfections keep us from being able to fully understand perfect love. But because of God’ grace, our imperfections don’t keep us from being perfectly loved by Him.
Though the mountains be shaken and the hills be removed, yet my unfailing love for you will not be shaken nor my covenant of peace be removed,’ says the Lord, who has compassion on you.” - Isaiah 54:10
The love we receive from others and the love we give might be flawed, but the love of God is unfailing. We may live in a fallen world that often seems to be void of love, but because of the Lord, that is never the case. And the beautiful thing about God is this: even though we cannot fully comprehend His love, His love fully comprehends us.
Written by @morganhnichols for #TheDevoCo

“When I open a door, no one can close it. And when I close a door, no one can open it. Revelation 3:7
Psalm 84:11-12 says, "The LORD bestows favour and honour. No good thing does He withhold from those who walk uprightly.
God loves us too much and knows us too well to give us everything we ask for. A closed door may seem like failure on our part but it’s in fact His sovereign protection over us, perhaps from potential harm or danger. It may be a divine detour into something amazing. Be sure that His plan for our lives is always better.
God is not setting you up for disappointment or failure. He’s setting you up for something better. And when He opens the right door, no one will be able to shut it. God’s plans for you will succeed and His promises stand firm forever.