Thursday, March 16, 2017

The Law is written on your hearts

Morning: Psalm 70, 71; Jeremiah 4:9-10, 19-28; Romans 2:12-24
Evening: Psalm 74; John 5:19-29
Dire warnings in Scripture often leave a window open … All is dark, and God is full of anger, but then he says, “I will not make a full end.”  It’s a smidgen of light, but it’s light.  It seems that, just when God won’t let them get away with any more, some prophet – Jeremiah or Paul – gives the story a hopeful twist; like, “the law is written on your hearts.”  In other words, we already know the way through our troubles, if we pay attention. Jesus said he’s the way. He has certainly captured many hearts. Mine included. Yours?


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