My thoughts and my ways (Isaiah 55:8)

(Verse chosen from today’s Bible reading – Isaiah 53-56 & 2 Peter 2)

“For my thoughts are not your thoughts, neither are your ways my ways,”  declares the Lord.  Isaiah 55:8

What lessons are there for me in this Scripture?

Not for one second should I assume that I can function spiritually on my own.

I must beg God to teach me His Ways.

I must declare my dependence on Him.  There is no other deserving of my affections.

To go solo is to slide down the slippery slope to nowhere in a hurry.

I need to have the closest relationship with Him possible.  Then I will be in a position to pick up His Thoughts and His Ways.

I can catch His Thoughts and Ways by reading His Word.

I must start each day relishing His love and finish each day rejoicing in how He has provided for me.

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