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Planted in the house of the Lord

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Announcements Forums Soul – August 14th, 2016 Planted in the house of the Lord

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    bruce
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    The Bible promises that “Those that be planted in the house of the Lord shall flourish in the courts of our God.” Who wouldn’t want the stability of being planted in God’s house? But the winds of error would try the firmness of our foothold. If someone wrongs us, do we respond with self-righteous condemnation, or do we see the other as God’s child, forgive the wrong and leave the door open to reconciliation and thereby help another to plant themselves in God’s house? If we wrong another do we respond like Adam and Eve with guilt, shame, hiding, which ultimates in hate, or do we man up and respond as the new man risen with Christ and admit the wrong, right it, replant ourselves in God’s house and move forward from there? This being planted in God’s house is something to watch carefully, cherish and protect it. It is needed when the storms of error assail.

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