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Open a Bible to Psalm 19:1-6. As you read, think about the joy God had in creati

Open a Bible to Psalm 19:1-6.
As you read, think about the joy God had in creati

Open a Bible to Psalm 19:1-6.
As you read, think about the joy God had in creating the world just as He pleased. Picture the goodness and glory of God that was displayed in the creation of the world–the excitement, the wonder, the peace. He is deeply involved in the world, revealing himself in various ways, including design and beauty. And this design and beauty is available throughout the world. He deeply loves you and invites you to consider this design and beauty. Rest your mind on these things for a few minutes.

Continue to Psalm 19:7-11
As you read, picture the truth of Scripture reviving you. Rest your mind on the goodness of Scripture–how through it God has revealed Himself to the world. All that God instructs, guides, and commands is good. He has designed us to flourish with Him, and He has prescribed the flourishing to us in the Scripture, that we may know it and pursue it with Him. As the Scripture reveals who God really is, it is more desirable than anything else. Ask God to stir your affections for the Scripture–to continually love it more and hold fast to it, valuing it as you ought. Rest your mind on these things for a few minutes.

Continue to Psalm 19:12-14.
As you read, consider the death and resurrection of Jesus Christ. Your sins accounted for. Your sins paid for. In trusting Christ, accepting His offer of forgiveness of your sin, you were not only forgiven, you were reconciled and made completely new. Now indwelled by the Holy Spirit and united with God without end, you move with the Holy Spirit in becoming more like Jesus Christ in your character. The Holy Spirit is at the ready to work in you toward holiness. Slowly read 19:13-14, letting the words be a genuine prayer for holiness.

After completing this exercise, submit a 150-word entry describing your experience, such as your thoughts before doing it, during it, and after it. What came to mind as you contemplated these things? Were you able to focus or were you distracted is some way? How did God encourage you or refresh you?

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