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Sunday, December 03, 2006


The LORD detests those whose hearts are perverse, but he delights in those whose ways are blameless. - Proverbs 11:20. TNIV

Phew, I surely wouldn't want to be on God's “I detest” list! Such people are a disgrace to Him.

But what is a perverse heart? It is a heart that allows what is evil, poisoned, perverted, greedy, deceitful, and vicious, to have control over a person's attitudes, views, and opinions. Ultimately, Jesus reminds us, that such a heart shows up in a person's outward actions.

How is our heart changed? By coming to God in repentance, confessing our association with what is evil and sinful, and asking God to cleanse us by the precious blood of Jesus, and refresh the Holy Spirit’s presence in us.

Loving Father, generate in me a new heart, and renew your Holy Spirit's presence in me. In the wonderful and mighty name of Jesus I pray. Amen.

Be encouraged!

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