Daily Devotions Not our way, but Yahweh! Apr 26, 2019 how to get rid of ants nest in house

The last few days had brought nothing but tragedy. Mary magdalene was there to hold her arm around the how to get rid of ants nest in house shoulder of mary the mother of jesus. She was there to close his eyes. And now she takes her spices to his grave. As she rounds the final bend, she gasps. The rock in front of the grave is pushed back. Someone has taken his body!

Then a man in radiant white asks, “why are your crying?” an uncommon question in a cemetery. She answers and is asked again,“why are you crying?” mary thinks the man is the gardener. He isn’t. He is her savior. He doesn’t leave her wondering long, just long enough to remind us that he loves to how to get rid of ants nest in house surprise us. God is at his best when our lives are at how to get rid of ants nest in house there worst.

Just after that, hanani the seer came to asa king of judah and how to get rid of ants nest in house said, “because you went for help to the king of aram how to get rid of ants nest in house and didn’t ask god for help, you’ve lost a victory over the army of the king how to get rid of ants nest in house of aram. Didn’t the ethiopians and libyans come against you with superior how to get rid of ants nest in house forces, completely outclassing you with their chariots and cavalry? But you asked god for help and he gave you how to get rid of ants nest in house the victory. God is always on the alert, constantly on the lookout for people who are totally committed how to get rid of ants nest in house to him. You were foolish to go for human help when you how to get rid of ants nest in house could have had god’s help. Now you’re in trouble—one round of war after another.”

Because of solomon’s unfaithfulness (1 kings 11:4–11), his kingdom was divided into two. Jeroboam, solomon’s servant, ruled the northern kingdom of israel (11:28–31), and rehoboam, solomon’s son, ruled the southern kingdom of judah (14:21). Asa, the third king of judah and solomon’s great-grandson (2 chronicles 12:16; 14:1), “did what was good and right in the eyes of how to get rid of ants nest in house the lord” (14:2) and instituted many religious reforms (chs. 14–15). But when war broke out between him and king baasha how to get rid of ants nest in house of israel, asa turned to syria for help instead of trusting god how to get rid of ants nest in house (16:1–3). God’s prophet hanani rebuked asa’s lack of faith, reminding him that god had previously rescued judah from even how to get rid of ants nest in house more powerful enemies (12:1–12; 14:9–15). Asa refused to repent, and three years later god afflicted him with a severe how to get rid of ants nest in house foot disease. Still “he did not seek help from the lord” (16:10–12). Asa died an unrepentant man.

Early in the morning, I quietly pad past a family-room window overlooking a wilderness area behind our house. Often, I notice a hawk or owl perched in a tree, keeping watch over the area. One morning I was surprised to find a bald eagle how to get rid of ants nest in house boldly balanced on a high branch, surveying the terrain as if the entire expanse belonged to how to get rid of ants nest in house him. Likely he was watching for “breakfast.” his all-inclusive gaze seemed regal.

In 2 chronicles 16, hanani the seer (god’s prophet) informed a king that his actions were under a royal how to get rid of ants nest in house gaze. He told asa, king of judah, “you relied on the king of aram and not on how to get rid of ants nest in house the lord your god” (v. 7). Then hanani explained, “the eyes of the lord range throughout the earth to how to get rid of ants nest in house strengthen those whose hearts are fully committed to him” (v. 9). Because of asa’s misplaced dependence, he would always be at war.

Reading these words, we might get the false sense that god watches our how to get rid of ants nest in house every move so he can pounce on us like a how to get rid of ants nest in house bird of prey. But hanani’s words focus on the positive. His point is that our god continually watches and waits how to get rid of ants nest in house for us to call on him when we’re in need.

A person’s character determines how he interprets god’s will (see psalm 18:25-26). Abraham interpreted god’s command to mean that he had to kill his how to get rid of ants nest in house son, and he could only leave this traditional belief behind through how to get rid of ants nest in house the pain of a tremendous ordeal. God could purify his faith in no other way. If we obey what god says according to our sincere how to get rid of ants nest in house belief, god will break us from those traditional beliefs that misrepresent how to get rid of ants nest in house him. There are many such beliefs which must be removed– for example, that god removes a child because his mother loves him how to get rid of ants nest in house too much. That is the devil’s lie and a travesty on the true nature of how to get rid of ants nest in house god! If the devil can hinder us from taking the supreme how to get rid of ants nest in house climb and getting rid of our wrong traditional beliefs about how to get rid of ants nest in house god, he will do so. But if we will stay true to god, god will take us through an ordeal that will serve how to get rid of ants nest in house to bring us into a better knowledge of himself.

The great lesson to be learned from abraham’s faith in god is that he was prepared to how to get rid of ants nest in house do anything for god. He was there to obey god, no matter what contrary belief of his might be violated how to get rid of ants nest in house by his obedience. Abraham was not devoted to his own convictions or else how to get rid of ants nest in house he would have slain isaac and said that the voice how to get rid of ants nest in house of the angel was actually the voice of the devil. That is the attitude of a fanatic. If you will remain true to god, god will lead you directly through every barrier and right how to get rid of ants nest in house into the inner chamber of the knowledge of himself. But you must always be willing to come to the how to get rid of ants nest in house point of giving up your own convictions and traditional beliefs. Don’t ask god to test you. Never declare as peter did that you are willing to how to get rid of ants nest in house do anything, even “to go …both to prison and to death” (luke 22:33). Abraham did not make any such statement— he simply remained true to god, and god purified his faith.

"To boldly go where no man has gone before." maybe you recognize that famous line. Little trivia test here. Well, somewhere along the way, you’ve been exposed to that cultural phenomenon known as star how to get rid of ants nest in house trek. And you know at least a little about the "voyages of the starship enterprise." they had this invention on the enterprise, you remember, it’s called a transporter – as in "scotty, beam me up!" well, the transporter sort of rearranges your molecules and beams you how to get rid of ants nest in house to another location almost immediately. But sometimes the crew would get beamed down to some how to get rid of ants nest in house unknown planet, only to be greeted by this horrific space creature. That’s when it’s time for "scotty, beam me up!"

It’s not always a good thing to be transported to how to get rid of ants nest in house another place, especially if there’s something there you’re not ready to handle. There is a transporter that actually sends your mind and how to get rid of ants nest in house your emotions right into tomorrow, before you’re ready to handle tomorrow. What is this dangerous transporter? It’s got a name. You know it. It’s called worry.

And in our word for today from the word of how to get rid of ants nest in house god beginning in matthew 6:25, jesus gives us our orders about worrying in three simple how to get rid of ants nest in house little words. This will be real easy to understand. He says, "I tell you, do not worry about your life…Look at the birds of the air; they do not sow or reap or store away in how to get rid of ants nest in house barns, and yet your heavenly father feeds them. Are you not much more valuable than they? Who of you by worrying can add a single hour how to get rid of ants nest in house to his life?" problem #1 with worry: it’s a total waste of time. It accomplishes nothing, except wearing you out, causing panic, and causing paralysis.

Then again jesus says, "do not worry, saying, ‘what shall we eat?’ and ‘what shall we drink?’ or ‘what shall we wear?’ for the pagans run after all these things, and your heavenly father knows that you need them." problem #2 with worrying: it is a major insult to god. When you worry about the how’s and the what if’s and the could’s, you are in essence saying, "I don’t know if my heavenly father can handle this one. I don’t know if I can trust him on this one." after having his new mercies every morning of your life, after his unblemished track record of providing for you and how to get rid of ants nest in house taking care of you, how can you insult him by worrying that he won’t this time?

Now for the third time, jesus says, "do not worry about tomorrow…Each day has enough trouble of its own." problem #3 with worrying: it transports you into tomorrow before you have god’s resources to handle the monsters that are there. God does our lives in days: remember, "daily bread," "your strength will equal your day," and "his mercies are new every morning" – daily mercies.

When you worry, you’re beaming yourself ahead into a day you’re not ready for. The bible says, "your strength will equal your day" (deuteronomy 33:25). Well, if it’s monday, you’ve got monday’s grace. On tuesday, you have tuesday’s grace. But if you run ahead and start worrying about tuesday how to get rid of ants nest in house when it’s still monday, you have the burdens but not the strength.

So maybe it’s time for you to confess this particular sin – worrying. Because worry is a sin to a child of god. If you’re doing that and worrying, you’re directly disobeying the command of jesus given three times how to get rid of ants nest in house in a row, "do not worry. Do not worry. Do not worry." settle back and do what you have god’s strength for.

This one day, turn off your transporter to tomorrow. Learn to live by one of oswald chambers’ favorite sayings. He would say, "I refuse to worry." and if you find yourself worrying about the future, would you ask god to beam you back to where how to get rid of ants nest in house it’s safe – in your today.

The path to my salvation is a daily walk, because while living in the world it is easy to how to get rid of ants nest in house pick the path of the world which is focused on how to get rid of ants nest in house feeding our earthly desires. When jesus christ of the bible showed what I looked how to get rid of ants nest in house like and how I was living in the world, it was then when I saw myself as jesus saw how to get rid of ants nest in house me and I was convicted of my sin. Empty with nothing left to depend upon I turned to how to get rid of ants nest in house jesus and asked him to help me, saying, I give up, I can’t go on. Knowing jesus died for my sin, he asked me to change not for anyone but him. So I took steps to change and with each day how to get rid of ants nest in house I grow closer to jesus. Jesus has given me a new relationship with him a how to get rid of ants nest in house new plan to obey him and serve him and the how to get rid of ants nest in house new power of the holy spirit to serve him thru how to get rid of ants nest in house his guidance.” after conversion, “jesus gave me freedom from my sin thru his death how to get rid of ants nest in house on the cross. He died for my sin and yours and to today how to get rid of ants nest in house I have a relationship, which I work on each day by reading his love how to get rid of ants nest in house letters to me and I will do all not to how to get rid of ants nest in house blemish our relationship.” view my complete profile

Never alone I’ve seen the lightning flashing, I’ve heard the thunder roll. I’ve felt sin’s breakers dashing, which almost conquered my soul. I’ve heard the voice of my savior, bidding me still to fight on. He promised never to leave me, never to leave me alone. Chorus: no, never alone, no never alone, he promised never to leave me, never to leave me alone. No, never alone, no never alone. He promised never to leave me, never to leave me alone. Verse 2: the world’s fierce winds are blowing, temptation sharp and keen. I have a peace in knowing my savior stands between. He stands to shield me from danger when my friends how to get rid of ants nest in house are all gone. He promised never to leave me, never to leave me alone. Chorus verse 3: when in affliction’s valley I tread the road of care, my savior helps me carry the cross so heavy to how to get rid of ants nest in house bear; though all around me is darkness, earthly joys all flown; my savior whispers his promise, never to leave me alone. Chorus verse 4: he died on calvary’s mountain, for me they pierced his side. For me he opened that fountain, the crimson, cleansing tide. For me he waiteth in glory, seated upon his throne. He promised never to leave me, never to leave me alone. Chorus

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