Today's Devotion (Tuesday)

Walk Uprightly

PSALM 101:1-8

Key Verse:

"I will behave myself wisely in a perfect way. O when wilt thou come unto me? I will walk within my house with a perfect heart" (Psalm 101:2).

A business friend invited Dr. Walter Wilson to attend an event which was confessedly not proper for a Christian. "Thank you" said Dr. Wilson, "I’ll be there; and may I bring my friend with me?" "Of course , you may – by the way, who is your friend?" "He is the Lord Jesus Christ," said Dr. Wilson. "Well" came the reply, "I don’t think that He would enjoy the party." "If He wouldn’t enjoy it, neither would I. I must respectfully decline your invitation", said Dr. Wilson. In the text, David, in his song of praise, acknowledged God’s mercy and judgment. He vowed to behave himself wisely in a perfect way, as he expected the coming of the Lord. To achieve this, he would walk with a perfect heart, set no wicked thing before his eyes, hate the work of backsliders, depart from frowardness, dissociate from slanderers and the proud, the deceivers and all evildoers. Instead, he would befriend the faithful and the righteous. Many believers who had been consecrated like the psalmist, are finding it difficult to sustain their consecration to walk in the integrity of their hearts. Due to the prevailing economic crunch the world over, it is common to find people making friends with unbelievers, spending too much time on the computer, cell phone, Internet to the detriment of their prayer lives and the study of the Bible. Others are now more concerned with what they view on television and tubes; they also participate on social media commentaries. This usually takes a toll on the believer’s relationship with the Lord and service to Him. You need to renew your consecration and avoid stains on our garment, if you do not want to miss the Rapture and perish with the people who are making carnal, human and fleshly choices today.

Thought for the day: He who is thoroughly focused on God, will not walk in darkness.

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