July 2

2 Kings 20:1-22:2; Acts 21:18-36; Psalm 150:1-6; Proverbs 18:9-10

Faithfulness has great value with God. People will often wonder what is the “currency” of the Kingdom of God. Unfortunately, some think it’s money or possessions, but it’s not. When God looks at us, He desires to see how faithful we have been with the opportunities He has given us.

Hezekiah was the King of Judah and had led faithfully. He was stricken with a fatal disease and Hezekiah received a word from the prophet that his life was about to end. In response to this message, Hezekiah prays to God. The King establishes his faithfulness and the fact that he did those things that pleased God.

Faithfulness will get you what money, positions, power and possessions can’t! Search your life today and ask yourself, “Am I being faithful and pleasing to God?” This should be the ongoing cry of your heart! God knows you can’t be perfect but you can be faithful! Start today because it will pay off for you.

Tomorrow’s Reading: 2 Kings 22:3-23:30; Acts 21:37-22:16; Psalm 1:1-6; Proverbs 18:11-12

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