July 26, 2017

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Reading along with us in the first 30 chapters of Psalm? Here’s today’s reading:

Psalm 15 (ESV)

O Lord, who shall sojourn in your tent?
Who shall dwell on your holy hill?
2 He who walks blamelessly and does what is right
and speaks truth in his heart;
3 who does not slander with his tongue
and does no evil to his neighbor,
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  1. I am not sure if Psalm 14 and 15 are intended to go together, but what a juxtaposition! 14 begins with the fool says in his heart there is no God and then goes on to describe the character and behavior of evil. Psalm 15 begins with who can dwell in your sanctuary and then goes on to describe the character and nature of the godly.

    This divide between right and wrong has existed from the beginning and is no different today. I need to be careful of this knowledge of how wrong the world can be to not lead to condescension and a holier than thou attitude. I need to look at the practical atheism that exists in my own heart where I say in there that there is no God. I need to not surrender the truth of who God is and what He requires because of the world. I cannot expect the world to be different outside of turning to God, but to call the world to His salvation in word and deed. Certainly we could never attain to the righteous standards described in Psalm 15 outside of God’s conviction and power and need to let the awareness of that grace to draw me to God and reflect a humility that shows my understanding that my righteousness is not my own.

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