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Psalm 19:14..May the words of my mouth and the meditation of my heart be pleasing in your sight, O Lord, my Rock an my Redeemer. The words of our mouth are formed in our heart. In order for our words to remain pure, our heart must meditate on things pleasing to the Lord. The Lord finds pleasure in his laws and his statues because they are perfect, right and trustworthy. Apart from God, we are useless and unable to please Him. What dwells in us will eventually be released out of us. Keep God's word close to you at all times. Study his ways, meditate on them and listen as you begin to speak as God speaks. You will move mountains and create a new way of doing things. You will begin to walk in your God-given purpose and go deeper with Him. Today's scripture describes God as my Rock and My Redeemer; in other words, He is my sure, solid and established means of restoration, deliverance and liberation. By keeping these thoughts in mind and trusting in them, I please Him! Much Love, Mrs. Misenheimer

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