Daily Devotional for July 27, 2005

July 27

BIBLE MEDITATION: ?Likewise, I say unto you, there is joy in the presence of the angels of God over one sinner that repenteth.? Luke 15:10

DEVOTIONAL THOUGHT: A coin is minted for a purpose. It is meant to be spent, treasured, and valued, but not to be lost. When a coin is lost, it is worthless to the owner and the creator. It doesn?t matter how valuable it may be intrinsically. If it is lost, it is lost. Which is worth more on the ocean floor, a hundred-dollar gold piece or a five-cent nickel? As long as they are both on the ocean floor, both have the same value. Lost people are like lost silver. As long as a person is lost, he or she is out of circulation. God made you for a purpose. He wants you in circulation to spend and be spent for His glory.

ACTION POINT: Think about the relationships you have in your family, neighborhood, and community. Ask God to put you in circulation as His salt and light to tell others about salvation through Jesus Christ.

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