SPF 156: Psalm 26, Morning Time, Sweet Grace – Al La Carte

Today I’m sharing a collection of things that I’ve been learning and doing. It’s a delightful mash up that’s biblically minded.


Today I’m sharing a collection of things that I’ve been learning and doing. It’s a delightful mash up that’s biblically minded. How can we bless the Lord, using the morning to bless our kids, and a little Charles Spurgeon is good for the soul.

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Al La Carte

Bless the Lord – Psalm 26

How can we show the Lord our adoration and trust?

  1. Be devoted to Christ by Being Devoted to Christ

    • David was willing to bring everything about him tot he Lord and it be tested SO THAT he could conform to the Lord’s way.

    •  A devotion to Christ looks like a willingness to say the way I think or do things may not always be right.

    • David asked to be corrected because he knew God had the better way. The way of truth, goodness, and beauty. The way of LIFE.

  2.  Hanging with those who love Christ

    • The people we hang out with will influence us. WE need to be hanging out with those who are willing to fight sin, fight for holiness, and fight for the mission of God.

Morning Time

Mere Motherhood by Cindy Rollins

“If you have something that you want your children to assimilate like poetry or scripture or music or Shakespeare, forget the grand schemes, forget what the Konos mom is doing down the street, start giving that thing one or two minutes of your time daily and watch the years roll by.” pg 79

Spurgeon – God’s Sweet Grace

“Who shall lay anything to the charge of God’s elect?”
Romans 8:33

Most blessed challenge! How unanswerable it is! Every sin of the elect was laid upon the great Champion of our salvation, and by the atonement carried away. There is no sin in God’s book against his people: he seeth no sin in Jacob, neither iniquity in Israel; they are justified in Christ forever. When the guilt of sin was taken away, the punishment of sin was removed. For the Christian there is no stroke from God’s angry hand; nay, not so much as a single frown of punitive justice. The believer may be chastised by his Father, but God the Judge has nothing to say to the Christian, except “I have absolved thee: thou art acquitted.” For the Christian there is no penal death in this world, much less any second death. He is completely freed from all the punishment as well as the guilt of sin, and the power of sin is removed too. It may stand in our way, and agitate us with perpetual warfare; but sin is a conquered foe to every soul in union with Jesus. There is no sin which a Christian cannot overcome if he will only rely upon his God to do it. They who wear the white robe in heaven overcame through the blood of the Lamb, and we may do the same. No lust is too mighty, no besetting sin too strongly entrenched; we can overcome through the power of Christ. Do believe it, Christian, that thy sin is a condemned thing. It may kick and struggle, but it is doomed to die. God has written condemnation across its brow. Christ has crucified it, “nailing it to his cross.” Go now and mortify it, and the Lord help you to live to his praise, for sin with all its guilt, shame, and fear, is gone.

“Here’s pardon for transgressions past,
It matters not how black their cast;
And, O my soul, with wonder view,
For sins to come here’s pardon too.”

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