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“And I saw heaven opened, and behold, a white horse, and He who sat on it is called Faithful and True, and in righteousness He judges and wages war” (Revelation 19:11).

Can we even begin to comprehend the purity of Christ?  He who Was, Is, and Is to come is the One who saves.  He rides in and will, quite literally, sweep us up and away from this world of wickedness into the world to come.  Too often, we do not understand His call to purity.  Too often we think a little religion is all that we need.  We need Him wholly.  We need Him to save us.

Lord, I live my life day by day as it is doled out in time.  I have my moments and what I do with them is what I do with them.  Too often, they do not include You.  Help me to refocus my life so that I live knowing Your presence always.  Help me to adopt the attitude that You truly are the Author and Finisher of my faith.  Help me to give my life to You so that You can remake it as You know it needs to be remade.

Lord Jesus, I come again to You, the pure and holy One, so that I may walk in the salvation You have purchased from the cross.  Guide me this day, dear Lord, so that I may humbly walk in Your provision.  Lead me in Your goodness to do those things You give me to do so that when the day comes that You ride on Your white horse, I look to You with hope and not dread.  Teach me how to be faithful, Lord.  Amen.

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