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Today's reading: Psalm 145:14-20

Woven within the clear message of our need to openly praise God and tell others about His goodness, are several verses (14-20) that lay out benefits of following God and being in a relationship with Him. Life is full of hardships, those we bring on ourselves by the choices we make, and others that aren't caused by us at all. Whatever the case, God is with us--walking alongside, guiding, protecting, calming our fears, extending kindness, holding us in His hands, satisfying our desires. Thank you, God!!

"The LORD is near to all who call on him, to all who call on him in truth" (vs. 18).

Are you taking full advantage of God's love and goodness by calling on Him in and through all situations? What encouragement did you draw from verses 14-20 today and why? What's one example of God being near to you from the past week? Tami

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