Daily Devotion 11.09.2019


“He who covers his sins will not prosper, but whoever confesses and forsakes them will have mercy.” – Proverbs 28:13


One man looked his face in the mirror. It seemed dirty.  Immediately he rubbed the mirror.  Again, he looked the mirror, the face seemed dirty. He felt disgusted, “Chi, buying the mirror in the platform won’t be fine.” Instead of washing his face he seemed rubbing the mirror.


A man who is sunk in the covetousness when he sees a drunkard will try to think, “What is he a man!”  He did not know that he belongs to the same category of the drunkard.  Yes, the shapes of the mistakes are various and the appearances of the sins are many! One man has love of money and other man has lust of women and another man has covetousness.


In the days of Jesus when Pharisees caught an adulterous sinful woman and brought her to Jesus told, “He who is without sin among you, let him throw a stone at her first.” He never stated that in you non adulterous person to throw the stone first.  If so in the sight of God even a small sin is sin.  God asked Adam, “Have you eaten the forbidden tree of which I commanded you that you should not eat?”  For that he told Eve was the cause for that.  When Eve was asked, she told that the snake was the cause.  See, what a funny thing.  None of them accepted the wrong/faults.  However, they became unfit to get the blessings of God.


Dear ones in Christ! Sometimes we don’t realize our faults.  We accuse others for the held wrong and think to escape.  Instead of see righting ourselves we try to alter others/correct others and feel worried.  So, hereafter let us not be so.  When there is a problem and let us think what is my part of action and the cause?  We must analyze our self what are the things that I must correct our self/myself. Telling others, “You are the cause for the problems”, equals to on being un-cleaning the personal face and rubbing the mirror.  So, the anger and fretting do increase without any charge.

  • Muthulakshmi


Prayer Request:

Pray for May the Lord fill the teachers in Ragland Bible College may fill with His wisdom.


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