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The Preservation of a Godly Man
By: Philip Harrelson
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Without firm conviction of the goodness of God, guilty fears take over, insecurities run away with people, prayer becomes hoping against hope, and praise, if it exists at all, has a hollow ring to it. What is needed is a constant awareness of the goodness and grace of God—he is not capricious (unpredictable; impulsive; unreliable; changeable); he is not going to give up on his people because they are struggling to do his will; and neither is he going to guide his people through this life only to abandon them when they die. No, he loves the saints with an everlasting love, and it pleases him to do things for them.
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