Faith's Checkbook, by C.H. Spurgeon Devotionals

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October 25

God First, Then Extras
"But seek ye first the Kingdom of God, and His righteousness; and all these things shall be added unto you"   (Matthew 6:33).

See how the Bible opens: "In the beginning God." Let your life open in the same way. Seek with your whole soul, first and foremost, the kingdom of God, as the place of your citizenship, and His righteousness as the character of your life. As for the rest, it will come from the LORD Himself without your being anxious concerning it. All that is needful for this life and godliness "shall be added unto you." What a promise this is! Food, raiment, home, and so forth, God undertakes to add to you while you seek Him. You mind His business, and He will mind yours. If you want paper and string, you get them given in when you buy more important goods; and just so all that we need of earthly things we shall have thrown in with the kingdom. He who is an heir of salvation shall not die of starvation; and he who clothes his soul with the righteousness of God cannot be left of the LORD with a naked body. Away with carping care. Set all your mind upon seeking the LORD. Covetousness is poverty, and anxiety is misery: trust in God is an estate, and likeness of God is a heavenly inheritance. LORD, I seek Thee; be found of me.

About Faith's Checkbook, by C.H. Spurgeon

Faith's Checkbook from C.H. Spurgeon is a popular daily Bible devotion.  This C.H. Spurgeon devotional offers wisdom and insight for applying Biblical truths to the ups and downs of everyday life.  Life is full of unexpected events and daily Bible reading can help provide strength and guidance for those times when we need encouragement and guidance.  Reading daily devotions provides strength and encouragement in your daily walk with Jesus Christ.

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