Day 24

Today’s post is written by Justin Davis a staff member at Cross Point. For the first 30 years of my life, I struggled with honesty. I told the truth, but would exaggerate sometimes. It started with lies to my parents about who spilled milk on the floor in the kitchen, then where I was going […]

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Day 23

(Proverbs 23) We really do not want to talk about it, for whatever reason. It may be because we have friends and relatives that do it, or because it is commonly accepted in our churches. The topic?   Come close to the screen and I’ll whisper it to you… “Self Indulgence” It’s specifically here in […]

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Day 22

(Proverbs 22) I desire to have a good name, who doesn’t? But sometimes people are placed in a position where if they choose incorrectly they will inherit a bad name and sometimes never recover from that fall. “Lord help me live in such away I represent you and have a good name for your glory!” […]

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Day 21

This chapter was packed, to the point and challenging. It is the beginning and end of it that grabbed my attention… 21:1 – “The king’s heart is like channels of water in the hand of the Lord; He turns it wherever He wishes.” 21:31 – “The horse is prepared for the day of battle, But […]

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Day 20

Who knows me? God does. He knows me better than anyone else and even knows me better than I know myself. “He searches the innermost parts of my being” (20:27). You know… Those places I keep hidden from everyone else… the dark places and the good. He knows my intentions even when others question them. […]

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Day 19

After getting past Elmer Fud’s voice in my mind from reading 18:28 “A rascally witness makes a mockery of justice” Here is what stood out from the text from today’s reading. “Listen to counsel and accept discipline, that you may be wise the rest of your days.” 19:20 The last part of this verse states […]

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