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Devotional - Friday, January 5, 2018 5/360

Today's Scripture: "Trust in the Lord, and do good; Dwell in the land, and feed on His faithfulness." Ps 37:3
6045. Don't say anything today you'll regret tomorrow. JG

See it.

Et tu?

Live it.

It's hard to keep your eyes on what's happening in Washington, D.C. because of the once "friends" turning on the Commander in Chief. The "He said, she said," reporting of a gossip columnist is today raising questions about how much is true in his new book about the President. As smoke is related to fire, what's been reported raises questions about things that may have never happened. One might say it all began with giving a radical a voice in the White House. But actually it began with our new President's rough-house and often "loose" tongue combined with professional politicians who didn't want an outsider in the Oval Office.

It was years ago when a false narrative was also spread about me which I never defended. The lie led to a loss of certain opportunities over the years, but I forgave the transgressor(s) long ago. I only look back today to thank God for it and remember how He has been faithful to never leave me like my "friends" did. God also has given me peace, so I can love my enemies and harbor no ill-will toward them.

Pray it.

Thank You, God, that we do not have to rehash my forgiven sins when we meet.


Keywords: Speech; Action; Faithful

1. One-minute Devotionals began on January 2, 2006 and are the original creation of James R. Green, Prayertower Webservant Content is derived from his alternating and sequential survey of both the Old and New Testament to offer insight on Scripture.
2. Resources are derived from daily devotions of James R. Green called, Just Thinkin'... (2000-2003), Read the Bible Thru in 365 Days (2004), Pray Thru the Word in 365 Days (2005) and One Minute Devotional (2006-2018)
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