Spread the Good Word: Isaiah 5:20

by | Nov 24, 2017 | The Good Word | 0 comments

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We hope that you had a wonderful Thanksgiving Day with your family and loved ones! 

As you’re picking at leftover pumpkin pie and eating “just one more” of Aunt Marie’s snowball cookies, think of today’s Good Word. 

So often, we settle for something less than God’s best for our lives, and we say, “This is what I want.” But we’re trading something sweet for something bitter. So often, we get confused, and we think that something wrong is right or vice versa.

That’s why it’s so important to always be in the word of God so that we can realign our spiritual taste buds to what’s sweet in God’s sight. So, grab another cookie and read a few delicious verses of scripture sometime today!

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