Do not agree with the wicked or follow sinners ways or agree with those who put down others. The person who knows God’s Word, thinks about it constantly, and lives it, is blessed.
That person will prosper like a tree that is planted by a stream of water, healthy and yielding it’s fruit abundantly, in season.
The wicked will be blown away like a useless corn husk. Having no use or purpose it is judged as unnecessary and thrown out.
God watches His righteous people.
Blessings to you and yours!
Sunday Psalms are the Psalms in my own words. You can click on the Psalm number at the top to read it from the NIV Bible.
A couple of weeks ago our niece married her long-awaited prince in shining armor. The one God had chosen for her before time began. It was a beautiful wedding. I thought back on it today as Ray and I celebrate our anniversary.
Being married is not the easiest thing you’ll attempt in life. When you determine to walk with our Jesus during the years it makes the triumphs and the struggles much easier. At the start of our marriage, though I truly believed in God, I hadn’t made Jesus my Personal Savior yet. God’s plan was for Ray to lead me to this crucial decision. Almost a year after we married I gave my life to Him. I’ve never looked back. He has led us through some amazing times both as a couple and as individuals.
With that thought in mind, I wanted them to know what I think leads to a long marriage. Here are my words to them…
They chose these words to be read as part of the ceremony.
1 Blessed is the one
who does not walk in step with the wicked
or stand in the way that sinners take
or sit in the company of mockers,
2 but whose delight is in the law of the Lord,
and who meditates on his law day and night.
Interesting choice, don’t you think? I’m not sure why. Perhaps, because they wanted to remind themselves that there really is a world out there that will mock and think up all kinds of wicked things…I don’t know. Without question, though, if they are honoring our LORD and his law (word) their marriage will be a great one.
Blessings to you and yours!
It’s a blustery, cold, snowy day in Northwest Ohio. We were under a blizzard warning last night and now we’re under a Level 2 Snow Emergency. That means we are not to be out on the roads unless we have an emergency. That’s perfectly OK with me. I love the snow and the chance to stay in and read, write, and stitch on my counted cross stitch and crochet projects.
I haven’t posted for a bit because the accuser got into my mind after my last post. I felt very strongly about God wanting me to write about modesty and never expected to loose more than 200 followers. I have my positive mojo up and running again and have realized a basic truth – – This blog is not about how many followers but about following God’s ‘command’ to write about His Word and using it in everyday life.
I have been writing the Psalms in my own words to give as a special gift to a dear, dear lady. So I hope you’ll sit back, grab a cuppa (whatever you like to drink) and just read on…
Psalm 1 Blessed is the one who does not walk in step with the wicked or stand in the way that sinners take or sit in the company of gossipers, but whose delight is in the Law of the LORD, and who thinks about it day and night.
That person is like a tree planted by fresh water. It yields its fruit in season and its leaves do not dry up. Whatever they do prospers.
Not so with mean and wicked people! They are like dust that is blown away by the wind. God won’t even bother to judge them because they won’t be able to stand among the righteous. God watches every moment and movement of the righteous and allows the wicked to continue on their path of destruction.
Heavenly Father, let me walk with You, totally delighting in Your Word. Help me take it to heart and use as I walk this earth. Forgive me when I determine to do it my way. Grant me Your peace and presence in everything I think, do, and say. You are my God, my King, my Everything. I lift this prayer in the Precious Name of Jesus. Make it so!
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