What I Have: Day 2

Today I was really struck by the Lord's faithfulness and goodness, both in everyday life and through the gift of the Holy Spirit's presence. I was reading in 2 Corinthians about the veil that Moses had to place on his face to hide God's glory from the Israelites at Mt Sinai. Paul was explaining that the veil is removed by the belief in Jesus. But belief in Jesus only comes by revelation of the Holy Spirit. What a gift, God draws us to himself and allows us to remain in Him through the same person: The Holy Spirit, who also bestows on us ALL kinds of gifts and heavenly blessings. Thank you Jesus for FAR more than we deserve. Help us use these gifts wisely and for the glory of You and your kingdom.

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