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Thursday, December 17 2020 Devotional

"Father of the fatherless and protector of widows is God in His holy habitation. God settles the solitary in a home; He leads out the prisoners to prosperity..." Psalm 68:5-6 God finds special delight in blessing those whom society forgets. The fatherless - whether they are orphans or victims of abandonment or neglect. Widows - single moms struggling to get by and raise their children. The lonely ones who for whatever reason find themselves bereft of the comforts of family. Prisoners - felons who have a hard time finding an honest job or renting a decent apartment because they can’t pass a background check; God “leads them out into prosperity.” He specializes in the ones society lets fall through the cracks. Jesus not only forgives our sin and saves us from Hell in the future; He takes our lives into His own hands and blesses us as we come to Him, determined to do life His way. We find fulfillment in our new life with Him. He treats us like a loving father treats His children; like the Good Shepherd, He cares for His own flock. Thank You, Lord, for Your loving care of the ones that the World chews up and spits out. Fill my heart with Your loving compassion. As You have revealed Yourself to me, let me make You known to the people around me, in Jesus’ name. Amen. Pastor Dan Giles


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