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The Best Instructor

PSALM 25:8-9


“Good and upright is the Lord; therefore he instructs sinners in the way. He leads the humble in what is right, and teaches the humble his way.”

Oh, how often we forget the character of God! He is faithful to show us the way when we cannot find it. Our Heavenly Father takes responsibility for teaching His children. As I take online classes this semester, I have felt the frustration and pressure of teaching myself. The professor may teach however they want, and sometimes this looks like handing the students a textbook and saying, “Here, read this and be ready for the exam!” God doesn’t just throw the book at our heads and expect us to perform flawlessly in everything we do. He is a good father who is there for His children to correct them, encourage them, and transform them into who He wants them to be.

"A GOOD FATHER UNDERSTANDS THE WEAKNESSES OF HIS CHILDREN AND HELPS THEM THROUGH THOSE."


LORD, you are the perfect father. Thank you for always choosing to pursue me even when I lose sight of you. Please forgive me for my pride. I know that there have been times when I missed your instruction because I tried to solve a problem independently. Please help me to humble myself and depend on you in all things.

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