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Considering and Observing – Psalm 37:37

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Psalm 37:37
Consider the blameless, observe the upright; there is a future for the man of peace. 38 But all sinners will be destroyed; the future of the wicked will be cut off.

Consider the blameless and observe the upright. Well, who would that be? I mean, everybody claims they’re the ones who are right? Yet there is only one who we know truly lived the Word out perfectly. Yeshua Himself. He is the one we should be considering. He is the one we should be observing.

What did He do? What did He say? Answering these questions will be what helps us from being cut off. Answering these questions will be what helps us from being destroyed. But, once we answer them, we need to pursue that same path. His example in being blameless and upright is the only true example.

So we have to ask ourselves if we are examining the life He lived? Are we mirroring the life He lived? If not, isn’t it time we start? But it all begins with considering and observing. How else can we know?

Let this be a focus in your time of meditation throughout the day. Until next time, shalom!

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