Daily D – 2 Chronicles 31:21

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2 Chronicles 31:21  In all that he did in the service of the Temple of God and in his efforts to follow God’s laws and commands, Hezekiah sought his God wholeheartedly. As a result, he was very successful. (NLT)

Want to be successful? Cultivate a deep and devoted relationship with our Father in heaven. Do God’s will God’s way. Seek God’s highest and best for everyone everywhere. 

You’ve heard of the Path of Least Resistance. This is the Path of Most Assistance. 

Great leaders
* Know the Way
* Go the Way
* Show the Way

Hezekiah knew the way, went the way, and showed the way. See 2 Chronicles 29-31 for details. These chapters provide remarkable details of how he lived and led during this season to bring about national revitalization. It all began with a wholehearted commitment to knowing God and doing following his instructions.

It’s not complicated. 

Take a look at what’s ahead of you today or tomorrow. How will you seek to know and honor God in all that’s before you? How would God have you live and lead? 

Pray now about what’s coming up. Ask God for strength and wisdom to do his will his way. Ask him to use you to serve and empower others. Saturate yourself with God’s goodness morning by morning. The Path of Most Assistance will overflow your life into the lives of those you encounter along the way.

I will take the Path of Most Assistance.

Our Father, saturate my life with your goodness. Empower me to live a life overflowing with your grace and mercy, your kindness and peace. Give me success in knowing and experiencing you and in helping others do the same. Give me success in living a life that honors you and refreshes others. Give me success in knowing you wholeheartedly. Amen. 

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