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Psalm 27:7-8 (January 25th)

“7 Hear, O LORD, when I cry aloud; be gracious to me and answer me! 8 You have said, “Seek my face.” My heart says to you, “Your face, LORD, do I seek.”

Many mornings should begin this way. We wake up already assaulted by the flesh, perhaps an attack from the enemy, and find ourselves already crying out to our Father. There is no better place to be than to be the incapable child pleading to the absolutely capable Father for help. So often, in our weakness, we have this greater awareness of our need for God to smile on us, to answer us, and to be gracious to us. Notice, however, that the psalmist cites God as his reasoning for confidently crying out to Him.

God said, “Seek my face.” What are you and I doing in response to this? With our heart, with our soul, with all of our being, we are to say, “You face, Lord, do I seek!” As we fall under the attacks of the world, the flesh, and the devil, it is easy to look to the face of some other temporal savior. Whether it is food, lying, sex, anxious security, or other indulgences, they all are like the stone idol. Dead. Unable to truly give what you need in that moment. Do not fall for the lies of the enemy. Seek God’s face because He has said so and because He is faithful to be there when you look!

Grace and Peace,

Pastor Dan

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