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“I have remembered Your ordinances from of old, O Lord, and comfort myself. Burning indignation has seized me because of the wicked, who forsake Your law. Your statutes are my songs in the house of my pilgrimage.” (Psalm 119:52-54)

Remember the good you have been taught. Meditate and ponder on what is right and good. Add to this with what you know the Lord has commanded. Take these things and make them a part of who you are and how you live. Know that in the Lord you have been given the way of eternal life. Practice these things and dwell upon all that is right and good. Let the Word of the Lord be your song.

Lord, I hear many messages and you know that I become confused. Lead me into Your statutes and teach me to mediate upon them. Let me not be carried away with hatred of wickedness, but come to the place of mercy and grace. Hold me fast to what is true, but hold me back from judgement, for that belongs to You. Let Your Word be my song day in and day out from now on.

Holy Spirit, minister to my heart that I would not be caught up in the wickedness of this age. Help me to see through all that plagues me by meditating upon Your Word. In all that I do this day, show me the way to walk. Guide my heart and guard it against wickedness. Comfort me in the comfort I need to be able to continue faithfully in the call You have given me by grace. Amen.

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