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The Right Path – Daily Scripture Reading

Daily Scripture

“Show me the right path, o Lord; point out the road for me to follow.” – Psalm 25:4

Daily Devotional

Today’s Devotional was written by: Tim Hicks

Sometimes I enjoy a good hike in the woods. It can be fun and relaxing. One good thing about established hiking trails is that someone before you has already marked the path. There are times when hiking you run upon a fork in the path. It is hard to tell which path is the real trail. The best way to know which is real is to look for the trail markers. These are used to show hikers which way to go so that no one gets lost. God has already blazed the trail for us. Just look for the markers He has left for us to follow.

Read this verse in context: Psalm 25

I offer my life[b] to you, Lord.
2 My God, I trust you.
Please don’t let me be put to shame!
Don’t let my enemies rejoice over me!
3 For that matter,
don’t let anyone who hopes in you
be put to shame;
instead, let those who are treacherous without excuse be put to shame.
4 Make your ways known to me, Lord;
teach me your paths.
5 Lead me in your truth—teach it to me—
because you are the God who saves me.
I put my hope in you all day long.
6 Lord, remember your compassion and faithful love—
they are forever!
7 But don’t remember the sins of my youth or my wrongdoing.
Remember me only according to your faithful love
for the sake of your goodness, Lord.
8 The Lord is good and does the right thing;
he teaches sinners which way they should go.
9 God guides the weak to justice,
teaching them his way.
10 All the Lord’s paths are loving and faithful
for those who keep his covenant and laws.
11 Please, for the sake of your good name, Lord, forgive my sins, which are many!
12 Where are the ones who honor the Lord?
God will teach them which path to take.
13 They will live a good life,
and their descendants will possess the land.
14 The Lord counsels those who honor him;
he makes his covenant known to them.
15 My eyes are always looking to the Lord
because he will free my feet from the net.
16 Turn to me, God, and have mercy on me
because I’m alone and suffering.
17 My heart’s troubles keep getting bigger—
set me free from my distress!
18 Look at my suffering and trouble—
forgive all my sins!
19 Look at how many enemies I have
and how violently they hate me!
20 Please protect my life! Deliver me!
Don’t let me be put to shame
because I take refuge in you.
21 Let integrity and virtue guard me
because I hope in you.
22 Please, God, save Israel from all its troubles!

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