Diligently Seeking God

Godly Sorrow (April 24)

Those with godly sorrow are the unselfish, God-centered people who, once they realize they’ve erred, will grieve the wrongfulness of their sin, and not just its painfulness. The self-pitying sorrow of the world leads to death, but godly sorrow leads to God Himself!

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Godly Fear (April 23)

Reverent fear is not inconsistent with love. Indeed, a popular dictionary describes reverence as “a feeling of profound awe and respect and often love.” It is the blending of love and godly fear that transforms our seeking of God into a DILIGENT seeking of God.

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If We Had Such a Heart (April 22)

If we truly had a heart that was both reverent and grateful, what a difference it would make! Not only would our faithfulness to God be more steady, but we would have given to God the single most important thing that He seeks from us: a heart willing to be redeemed.

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