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Devotional - Tuesday, April 10, 2018 100/265

Today's Scripture: "Then Mary took a pound of very costly oil of spikenard, anointed the feet of Jesus, and wiped His feet with her hair. And the house was filled with the fragrance of the oil." Jn 12:3

6140. Use what you have to do something besides rot. JG
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Honor able

Live it.

Over forty years ago I wanted to travel and make music. Inspired by what I saw someone else do, I still remember looking at his fancy portable equipment that played cassette tracks and amplified his hand-held microphone. I could envision myself doing the same thing, so I started assembling the components and constructed my own stained wooden enclosure to hold them. With tape player, amplifier, mixer and microphone plugged in, I used the unit a few times, but lost interest I suppose. Today, only the outdated mixer, microphone and old sound tracks remain. They serve to remind me that it's not what you can obtain or create, but the fact you use what you have that matters.

Pray it.

I ask, Jesus, to be used to bring honor to Your name and draw people to the Cross.


Keywords: Possessions; Serve; Glorify

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