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Monday 27 July
 Not too hard for you  

 

Read Deuteronomy 30:11–20
No, the word is very near you; it is in your mouth and in your heart so that you may obey it. (verse 14)

Reading this scripture, one gets the idea that God was into quantum physics even before human beings thought of it. Simply put, everything is connected. Everything.

God makes it clear our actions determine everything, but hold on a minute, there is something else. It is not our actions only, but what we have lodged in our hearts matters too. There is no escape. The importance of the intents of our hearts was not only conveyed by Jesus in the Sermon on the Mount, but even during the time of sacrificing animals. God has always been concerned about the intents and purposes of the human heart.

God cannot emphasise enough the consequences of blessings and life if we are obedient; and if we are disobedient, the consequences of pain and death are evident. Having life does not mean that we will physically live longer. No, it conveys the idea of enjoying the blessings and joys of life representing God’s prosperity. How that happens, who knows, but it does. Similarly, death does not mean that we will literally die, but that life in all its expressions will be difficult.

In our personal lives, the same principles apply. I love this saying: ‘Methods are many, principles are few, methods always change, principles never do.’ The words of love, safety and protection uttered by God centuries ago to his people are still relevant today for us in the modern twenty-first-century age of Twitter, Instagram and all other human inventions. It is not too hard for us either.

† Lord, you expected your people centuries ago to be obedient to you. Today, you are no less demanding. Help us, as your people, to be obedient and show the world the blessings of your favour.