Monday, March 7, 2016

Isaiah 3:10-11

Isaiah 3:10-11
"Tell the righteous it will be well with them for they will enjoy the fruit of their deeds. Woe to the wicked! Disaster is upon them! They will be paid back for what their hands have done. "

App-You know that narrow, righteous path that God calls us to walk on and to follow His footsteps? Its that path that is so difficult for human beings to stay on. That extremely narrow path that is spoken about through out the bible. Those that try their hardest to stay on that path to God can be spoken about being righteous. But who am I kidding, not is truthfully righteous. We are all humans. We sin through out the day. We then go to the Father and we are cleaned again and brought back on that righteous path. Without going to the Father and laying down our sins and taking responsibility for our sins and then confessing our sins, we can be made clean. The path of those that go to Christ for strength and guidance to stay on that path for as long as possible and renewed by Christ. Proverbs 4:18 "But the path of the righteous is like the light of dawn, which shines brighter and brighter until full day.” We bring Glory to Him and ask from Him for guidance and to be that light in our path. We then are able to shine for Him and pass on the blessings through Him. 
Then when those who turn away from that narrow path and head into darkness become lost in sin and become blind. Woe to the wicked and disaster is upon them. Those that fall into the depths of the devil and lose sight of that narrow path. The path that they now walk is extremely wide and easy but full of disaster and empty handedness. They begin to hurt others and cause others to feel empty. They are controlled by the wiles of the devil and have a path of nothing. Proverbs 4:19, “The way of the wicked is like deep darkness; they do not know over what they stumble.” 

It is a dark world and full of sin and the way of the righteous is worth every step. The mountains are huge and covered in bumps, but we never do it alone unless we choose to. 

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