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1 Peter 1:15-16

Just as he who called you is holy, so be holy in all you do; for it is written: “Be holy, because I am holy.”

What of Today’s Verse…

“Holy” is one of those words we generally associate with the “stained glass ghetto” — a word only “church folks” use. That may be true, but it’s still a great concept. Every kid knows that you don’t eat hot dogs and potato chips on china. Mom’s china is reserved for “special company” or “special occasions.” Hot dogs are for paper plates and every day, china is for special events. When God is calling us to be holy, he’s calling us to be china — something special just for him, and as Peter emphasizes, just like him.

Let us Pray:

Holy Lord, God Almighty, I come before you knowing how great the distance is between your holiness and my commonness. I thank you for making me holy through the sacrifice of Jesus and by sending your Holy Spirit to live inside of me. Please receive my life today as a holy offering to you. ! Through Jesus, the pioneer and perfecter of faith I pray. Amen.’

Words of Wisdom

Divine Order

I do all that needs to be done by me with ease and efficiency.

Balancing my work, family, and social life, my schedule may be tight and my responsibilities many, but I am not concerned. I keep my thoughts up above the busyness and remain calm and clear, knowing that divine order is established in my life, in all of life.

Because I center my plans and activities in the divine order that is always present, I do all that is before me with love and grace and without fatigue or pressure. I do what needs to be done by me with ease.

Divine order assures that I am abundantly supplied with all I need. Time and resources are available to me. Strength, energy, and intelligence are mine. Aligned with God’s law of order, I flow with life’s scheduled and unscheduled events.

“Every valley shall be filled, and every mountain and hill shall be made low.”–Luke 3:5


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