• “Do not lose yourself in your everyday work and activities. Rather, lose yourself in God. When you are doing work, let your innermost heart be centered on Him. Live in His presence and abide in Him. Then your work will follow you into eternity, and you will reap a rich harvest.” – Basilea Schlink

Search Me by Nancy Leigh DeMoss 05/04/11

 

Nancy Leigh DeMoss: We spend a lot of time examining our lives.

“I always check my make-up after lunch.”

“In the morning when I step on the scale and I see that I’ve lost a pound or two—I get so excited!”

“Tuesday is bill night. My wife and I balance the checkbook, pay bills, and talk about stuff.”

Nancy: When is the last time you evaluated your life—spiritually? Are you allowing the Bible to be a mirror, showing you areas where you need to change? Are you measuring your spiritual progress? Are you more like Jesus today than you were a year ago?

Keeping close watch on our health and finances is important. But there’s nothing more important than saying with the psalmist, “Oh God, search my heart, try me, know me. See if there be any wicked way in me.”

With Seeking Him, I’m Nancy Leigh DeMoss.

 

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  • “Is it possible that you can trust your fellow men…that you can commit your dearest earthly interests to your weak, failing fellow creatures without a fear, and are afraid to commit your spiritual interests to the Saviour who laid down His life for you, and of whom it is declared that He is “able to save to the uttermost all who come unto God by Him”? – Hannah Whitall Smith

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