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Inspiring, Our Daily Bread, Personal

February 02, 2012 Our Daily Bread

“You may have much gold and grandeur, Yet by God be reckoned poor; He alone has riches truly Who has Christ, though nothing more.” – Anon.   I still believe that everyone needs God in their life.  :40: Not only the poor, but also those who are rich.  :13: Today’s entry deals with riches and having God in your life. There are a lot of stories of rich people yet unhappy.  :69: And I also heard of the reason was that they don’t have God in their life. So,  ...

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Inspiring, Our Daily Bread, Personal

February 01, 2012 Our Daily Bread

“Immortal, invisible, God only wise, In light inaccessible hid from our eyes, Most blessed, most glorious, the Ancient of Days, Almighty, victorious – Thy great name we praise.” – Smith   How do we define great?  :100: Great is beyond ordinary, the best. That’s how I define it.  :121: By the definition that I used we can simply say that there a lot of people whomw e can call great.  :71: Great at dancing, painting, writing ans so on.  :93: But bear in  ...

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Inspiring, Our Daily Bread, Personal

January 31, 2012 Our Daily Bread

“You shall observe My judgments and keep My ordinances, to walk in them: I am the Lord your God.” – Leviticus 18:4   Reading a long book will be quite a bore for some especially if they don’t like the topic or has a lot of jargon.  :17:  Yes, it may not be easy, you may feel that the topic is boring if you don’t really know the reason behind the topic, if you don’t know it’s significance.  :71: Same thing with Leviticus, the third book in the  ...

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Inspiring, Our Daily Bread, Personal

January 30, 2012 Our Daily Bread

Something to think about : What is your response to God’s love?  :9: Have you confessed your sin and accepted His forgiveness?  :15: Are you living in grateful obedience to Him?  :99:   Today’s entry simply deals with how great is God’s love. It serves as a reminder for us.  :67: God’s love for us is so deep that we have a hard time comprehending it. (Our Daily Bread 2012)  :93: Which is true. Sometimes I even ask myself if God knew His Son would suffer and die  ...

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