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Oh To Be Wise Meditations

It is easier to go the distance than to go in depth. To go deep into a matter and not just superficially pass over it. We as sinners are so good at cleaning up around things instead of going deep for real change. On the surface we smile and say everything is ok but on the inside we are dying inside. The words of a person's mouth are like deep waters, requiring your time and patience to receive it. The fountain of wisdom is an overflowing stream giving depth to shallow thinking. We have to go deeper into our relationships, especially with the Lord. There is so much more fruit we can bear when we push through hardened thinking.Think about how many dreams we have let die because we were afraid to delve into them. Take time in everything to see if it is lovely or pure. To see if its a worthy cause to the glory of God. Like the good samaritan let us help the hurting and lost on the road of life. Lets not keeping passing over our blessings but find real depth of life serving Christ. Lord, you call me deep into relationship with you, and as well as my neighbor. Nothing in all creation is hidden from your sight; everything is uncovered and exposed before the eyes of Him to whom I must give account. You reveal things that are deep and secret; you know what is hidden in darkness, and you yourself are surrounded by light. I need to go deeper and get past the name of Christianity. Be in a place of constant surrender and let God show me the hidden things he has for me here on earth to do. If only I would take the time know him, I would discover a more abundant life than I could ever imagine. Together, me and you Lord will face many trials. When I pass through the waters, you will be with me; and through the rivers, they will not overflow me. When I walk through the fire, I will not be burned, and the flame will not scorch me. This because I have stopped going for distance and went for depth. I started digging in the hole in my heart and found a spring of eternal life in you.

Meditate Dan. 2:22

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