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Luther's "Christian Guide for Each Day"

Thursday 09 May 2013 at 5:19 pm.

9 May

Pin your hopes on Him at all times, dear people, pour your hearts out before Him. God is our Confidence. Psalm 62:9.

Have you failed at something, well then, here you have good advice for that, pour out your heart before Him, simply freely lament, hide nothing from Him, it is what it is, just toss it out on a heap before Him, like when you totally and completely open up your heart to a good friend. He gladly listens, will also gladly help and advise you. Don't shy away from Him, and don't think it's too big or too much for Him. Trustingly out with it, and even if it's nothing but sacks full of needs, out with it! He is greater and is also able to do far more than our complaints. Nor is it too difficult for Him to piece things together, there is no person who is able to beg Him for too much or place too many petitions before Him. The more you ask for, the more lovingly He hears you. Simply come clean and pour out everything, don't trickle/drip it; for neither will He drip/trickle down, instead He will pour it out on you with a Great Flood.    

Sorry I didn't chop Luther's long sentences into short ones.

In Christ,
Elmer H.

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