DAILY READINGS: Ex. 2:23-3:22; Psalms 32:1-33:22; Matt. 28
The fool says in his heart, “There is no God.” Psalm 14:1
No one is foolish enough to think that there is no God. Although in rebellion they may say otherwise, their heart, filled with a God-consciousness, convicts them otherwise. No, the fool in this verse simply says, “No God.” That certainly qualifies them as a fool, for to God’s offer of forgiveness of sins, they say, “No God.” To His desire to fellowship with them and bring purpose to their lives, they say, “No God.” To His prospect of a home in heaven where sorrow and pain have faded forever, they say, “No God.” What do you say today? —S. M.
God will never make you serve Him, never force you to be saved.
You can go to judgment Christless, tho’ your path with prayers
be paved! —Author Unknown