Breaking Bread For 5.6.22

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Scripture

Light shines on the righteous and joy on the upright in heart.

Psalm 97:11

Reflection

The Lord is excellent in all of His glory. God has healed you from affliction. He has brought you through troubled times. He has made sure you had sustenance to survive and the right mind to understand and follow His ways. You should want to shout from the rooftops how much you love the Lord. You should want to walk up and hug every person you see and say, “God is good.” That’s how joyful you should feel right now. You are alive, loved, and blessed to have the technology to read and hear this message. Isn’t He awesome?

Your heart should be full, and in that fullness, you should want to pour into others His goodness. He brings joy. Share it with others.

Did you notice that the verse says “upright in heart” and not upright in mind? It’s not what you think or profess, it’s what comes from your heart. That is the lie detector. That is the scale, the measurer. Our heart reflects the condition of our relationship with Him.

Today, take the time to tell someone how good God has been to you. Consider doing something that will positively touch another person’s life so that they too can feel God’s love, light, joy, and presence. Don’t do it for recognition. Do it because God is in you.

Prayer

Father, thank You for the blessings that I have already received and for those I know will come, not because I earned them, but because You keep Your promises. You are my Comforter and my Beacon. I rejoice and proudly testify to my countless healings and blessings that were only made possible by and through You, Lord. Cast Your Light on me, Father. Fill my heart with loving gladness. In Your Name, I praise and pray. Amen.

Love you all,

Natasha

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