Daily D – Isaiah 66:2

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Isaiah 66:2
“But there is something I’m looking for:
a person simple and plain,
reverently responsive to what I say.”
(The Message)

It’s Monday. Again. Mondays often feel like letdowns after the self-determined activities of the weekend. How can we add a bit of energy and anticipation to Mondays? We can realize God is looking for people just like us. He wants to enrich the lives of those who are “simple and plain, reverently responsive” to him.

Ostentatious pretension is not what God enjoys in a person. He prefers when we live and worship simply, plainly, and reverently responsive to his guidance. 

Let the workweek begin with the satisfaction of knowing we don’t have to impress God with acts of derring-do. Instead, we can seek his heart and mind in our daily Bible reading. We can live what we say we believe. We can become salt and light wherever we go. We can listen for his voice as he guides our steps, our thoughts, and our simple service in his name.

If you need a motto to get through Monday and on into this week, Reverently Responsive is a pretty good choice. It reminds us of what God is looking for in people like us. It directs us toward productive and helpful service. It teaches us to keep life simple and straightforward. 

This could be the best Monday ever, or at least in a long time. 

I will live a Reverently Responsive life.

Our Father, empower us to live simple and plain, reverently responsive lives. Amen. 


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