July 9th 2017 – Sanctified

“Sanctify them by Your truth. Your word is truth.” (John 17:17)

We are sanctified not only by truth or a truth but by His Truth.

Sanctified means set apart for special use. God’s word sets us apart for special use. I want to encourage you to read your Bible. It is so simple that we sometimes overlook the profound impact it will have on our lives. It is one of the simplest acts that can have the deepest results. Don’t have the time? May I suggest you make the time? At the end of the day, nothing can help you get perspective like looking at a devotion with a verse or two. Nothing can prepare you for the day like digging into the treasure of God’s Word in the morning. My challenge to you, in love and care, is for you to try to spend a few minutes in the morning and in the evening looking into God’s Word. It will bless you. I promise you and more importantly God promises.

“Take the time to read because Jesus took the time to bleed and die for you and me!”


Heavenly Father, Thank You for the gift of Your Bible. Please forgive me when I have made more time in my life for the wrong things while my Bible gathered dust on the shelf. I ask You to open my heart to Your Word as I diligently read and study it and open my ears to hear just what You want me to learn and do. I want to people to see Your presence in my life and a doer of Your Word. I pray this in Jesus’ name, Amen.

If you do not know Jesus personally, or need to recommit yourself. Please click here.

If you are in need of prayer for yourself or others, please Click Here

Rob Lavallee

Scriptural Seeds Ministries


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