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Rick Lancaster - August 12, 2020

RT064 - How long will you wrestle with God? Psalm 32:5

Wrestling with God is a foolish exercise practiced by the immature. God is not limited to working with His people to accomplish His will. He is sovereign and that also means King David was a great man of God, but he wasn’t a perfect man. In this psalm David, David confesses that he had been trying to hide his sins from omniscient God. He “finally’ realized that he had been wrestling with God and made a decision to stop. That’s a good idea. Go to https://bit.ly/2XJin0Q for the show notes for this episode. For more, go to https://aradicalthought.com

Scripture References: Psalms 32:5

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God created every living person to be a part of His great work in this world! This devotional is written for those people who realize they have a role to play in that work of God. Whether your role is great or small, this daily walk the Scriptures will encourage you and build you up. Even if you are not sure what your role is, this devotional might help you to discover it. Be prepared to embark on a daily journey that will take you through the Bible in a year. Each devotional brings you from both the Old Testament and New Testament, as well as from the Psalms and Proverbs. Get ready to discover the Bible in a way you never have before! Available in a paperback version or hardcover. Click one of the links below to order a copy from Amazon.

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