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Be the Light

Jeremiah 3, Zephaniah, Matthew 5:1-16

“You are the salt of the earth. But if the salt loses its saltiness, how can it be made salty again? Matthew 5:13

Why did God get so angry with his people in the Old Testament? Because he wanted the world to see his glory through their lives. Unfortunately, they often took on the ways of the world and looked no different than anyone else. No wonder God became so angry with them. He must become really angry with us. Still he loves us. That is the amazing thing with God. He is never willing to give up on us. That is not license to do as we please; rather it is incentive to work even harder to honor him who has given forgiven us again and again. May the world see Jesus in you and me today.


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