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Consistency with God

We have a sturdy foundation in God we can build upon.
Why do you think it is that some people turn their backs on God?

After all the times He's gotten us out of hot water. After He allowed us to be blessed when we should have been cursed. After we were  stuck in a bind and God moved on our behalf.

Why do we tend to act as though we no longer know Him after we get back on our feet? Why do you think we feel we have no need for Him after our life isn't as bad anymore? Why don't we want to acknowledge Him after we made it through the fire?

What if He treated us like that?

What if times today were like they were during the Old Testament times (ie, Leviticus 10:1-3) when people were taken out for messing up or for their sins?

Today we're covered by grace (some of us) and saved by the blood (some of us), but how soon we forget. The Lord turns His face towards us and we turn our face away from Him.

How do you think that makes Him feel? Listen, God is real ok? His spirit is alive. We must acknowledge that and be reminded that the only reason we exist is because of Him.

I believe we can and must try harder to be consistent in seeking and staying with the Lord during the good and the not so good times. He never leaves us and we should never leave Him either. 
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