Daily D – Joshua 21:45

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Joshua 21:45 
None of the good promises the Lord had made to the house of Israel failed. Everything was fulfilled. (CSB)

Not one word failed from all the good words God spoke to the house of Israel. Everything came out right. (MSG)

God’s ways work out right. Why settle for money or might? 

Each of these exact a price. They take a toll. They leave us longing for more when we discover that no matter how much we gain, they are never enough for peace, love, and joy.

Where God guides, he provides, and the destinations of our journeys now, and the destination where those who love him are bound is one where his every promise is kept, his every good and perfect gift is ultimately bestowed and received. 

Everything that has not been fulfilled will be fulfilled.

Every promise God has made will come out right, just, fair, and compassionate.

God can do anything but fail. 

God’s ways work out right. Settle only for him by day and by night.

I will trust God’s will and ways.

Our Father, what you offer is the good life. Give us the good sense today to choose it, and to choose it every day. Amen. 


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