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Joy of My Heart with Anne Graham Lotz - September 17

September 17

The Mystery of God

God saw everything that He had made, and indeed it was very good.

Genesis 1:31, nkjv

Someone has said that if God were small enough for us to understand, He would not be big enough to save us. Yet the Bible is God’s revelation of Himself to us. And the revelation is true . . .

At the birth of time and space and human history, against the inky blackness of the universe and the shadowy mysteriousness of eternity, the character of God shone forth with the radiant beauty of a full moon in a cloudless night sky. Even the casual reader of the creation account in Genesis can easily identify . . .

His unequaled power as He called into existence that which had no existence,
His unlimited sovereignty as He took counsel with Himself and decided to create man in His own image,
and His unsearchable goodness that was revealed when He created Adam, the first man.

In what way have you glimpsed the character of God today? Would you praise Him for it?

Why?

©2012 Anne Graham Lotz. All rights reserved.


THE KEY TO A LIFE OF IMPACT

What are the secrets to a life of impact? Daniel achieved greatness in the eyes of his contemporaries, in the eyes of history, and most importantly, in the eyes of God. His faith did not waver as he faced his critics, as he served new kings in power, or even as he confronted hungry lions. How can we achieve that kind of faith today? Twenty intentional, key choices made all the difference. Daniel’s choices can be ours, such as:

•  The choice to listen
•  The choice to forgive
•  The choice to pray

Cultivate a life-changing faith when you learn to implement The Daniel Key into your everyday life. Request your copy!

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