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2 Corinthians 5:17
Therefore, if anyone is in Christ, he is a new creation. The old has passed away; behold, the new one has come.

    How many of us are still living under a label given to us by others or even ourselves? We let these labels define who we are.
    Stupid, fat, short, ugly, liar, cheater, adulterer, drug addict, drunkard, murderer, child molester, thief, etc.
    Who has the right to put a label on anything? I can think of only three sources: the maker, the purchaser, and the owner. Now, who on this entire planet made you, or bought you or owns you?
    NO ONE!
    You don’t even own yourself! So why put so much guilt, pain, and self-destructing labels on yourself? Why listen to others when all they have to say comes from the evil one?    
    Listen to the one who made you, bought you and owns you! Jesus Christ! He has given you a label – child of GOD!

Galatians 4:6-7
And because you are sons, God has sent the Spirit of his Son into our hearts, crying, “Abba! Father!” So you are no longer a slave but a son, and if a son, then an heir through God.

    Stand tall and proud in Jesus and he will stand tall and proud for you! After all, if God is on our side, what can man do to us? Man cannot take away our love for God and God’s love for us.

    Prayer:  Holy Father, let us not listen to the evil words of fallen men, but let us incline our ears to you and listen to the truth of your love. Let us stand tall and proud in your Son by following his truth: to love our neighbor as ourselves. Give us the love to lift up and encourage our brothers. Take away our sinful pride and judgmental attitudes of comparison and always remind us that we all fall short of your glory and are in need of your amazing grace. Amen.

Daily Scripture

Reading the Bible can be very meaningful. We hope that the following passages are meaningful for you. With each day’s readings, we encourage you to first pray for understanding. After reading ask yourself, “What did I learn about God?” “What did I learn about myself?” and “Is there anything that I read that I would like to apply to my life?”



Weekly Topic- One Year Reading Plan:


Thursday, June 1 -

1 Samuel 31, 2 Samuel 1,

Mark 12.


Friday, June 2 -

2 Samuel 2, 2 Samuel 3,

Mark 13. 


Saturday, June 3 -

2 Samuel 4, 2 Samuel 5,

Psalm 43. 


Sunday, June 4 -

2 Samuel 6, 2 Samuel 7, 

Psalm 44.


Monday, June 5 -

2 Samuel 8, 2 Samuel 9,

Psalm 45. 


Tuesday, June 6 -

2 Samuel 10, 2 Samuel 11,

Psalm 46.  


Wednesday, June 7 

2 Samuel 12, 2 Samuel 13,

Psalm 47.


Thursday, June 8

2 Samuel 14, 2 Samuel 15,

Psalm 48. 


Friday, June 9 -

2 Samuel 16, 2 Samuel 17,

Psalm 49.