Job 41-42, Matthew 5:1-26
Murder means even being angry with someone! Adultery is looking lustfully. Good to remember and understand the next time I feel angry with someone.
Those who hunger and thirst for righteousness are blessed, for they will be filled.
Matthew 5:6 HCSB
If you’re like me and have fallen behind in this reading plan, or have started later and went back to the beginning to read through, know that it’s ok wherever you are at, at this point. I was struggling with this and feeling like a failure because I’m so far behind but then I read this verse and it reminded me that God doesn’t care if we read through the Bible in a Year. I’m know He is understanding if we skip several days or weeks of reading. Just remember that even when we mess up or forget, if we truly have a hunger for righteousness and His word when we come back, He will bless us. And I believe that He will bless your readings that day, because I definitely felt like He blessed mine today.
Not one iota of the Law will be changed and how we can murder in our hearts -very convicting and love the light of the world call
Feel like could highlight all of Matthew 5-7
I know you can do anything and no plan of yours can be thwarted. – Job 42:2
10And the Lord restored the fortunes of Job, when he had prayed for his friends. And the Lord gave Job twice as much as he had before.
God has a greater plan for all of us -ellie
Blessed are the merciful for they shall receive mercy. Noted for the first time that it is only after Job prays for his friends that God blesses him.
Love this passage of Matthew on the Beatitudes, we are focusing at church this month on Matthew 5:1-16, and it has been such a great series!
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