Daily Scripture: Psalm 4:4




Stand in awe, and do not sin: commune within your own heart upon your bed, and be still. 
Psalm 4:4

When your Great Aunt Matilda says, "What is this world coming to?" You can tell her sin has been around forever, but you aim to change it. How best to confront temptations? Stand tall, be amazed, lie still, and go deeply into your heart. Psalm 4:4 shows you the way to reverse the world's decadent orbit, by living a sin-free Godly life.  


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