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Devotionals for your Daily Walk with God
by Shemmie Y
9/06/2010 / Devotionals
1 Timothy 5:6 - "And religion does make your life rich, by making you content with what you have."
Many peoples are chasing after the riches of this world - money, status, position, pride in all sorts...here something different offered by our religion, for what we believe.....believe about Christ, as the Son of God and He is our Savior - this belief made OUR LIFE rich! Our Life - life is more than clothing....and in what way making our life rich, by letting us know how blessed we already are, so we will be content in all things we've got and praise God for everything!
- What 'richness' in God means to us
- See the difference in following Christ, what we are chasing after most of all?
- Be content in the things we already have, find the true happiness in the Lord
Let's pray together:
Dear Heavenly Father,
Help me to see there's the true happiness in knowing you, and by being content with what we've got, and know that those things come from you alone, you are our source of blessings, and you are our provider of all things to enjoy. Help me to prefer religion instead of the world's gain, prefer you instead of others. Thank you Lord for providing me everything I need. Thank you for being so faithful in
my life. Praise you Lord God, Amen.
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