ESV - 11 You make known to me the path of life; in your presence there is fullness of joy; at your right hand are pleasures forevermore.
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Numbers 16:9: "No heritage may be transferred from one tribe to another; each Israelite tribe will stick to its own heritage." God does not have grandchildren. Every single person, must decide for himself to invite God into his/her life. Pray and open the door to the best relationship you will ever have. He will never leave you or forsake you. He will be with you in the midst. Share your life with Him.
Psalm 16:11: Thou wilt shew me the path of life: in thy presence is fulness of joy; at thy right hand there are pleasures for evermore. The psalms of David are full of wisdom, knowledge, and understanding for the ones in the right spirit, who humbly sit before the Lord. As it is written “They shall never be moved,” just as David was not moved when he faced Goliath. (Psa 16:8/1 Sam 17:45) The path of life is found only through the Lord, who is the light of this world. Only through Him can we find our salvation and the strength to carry on in life, for whom then should we fear? (Psa 27:1) To invite and experience the presence of the Lord we need to have the right discernment. We must all walk in integrity and ask the Lord to correct us when we go astray so we don’t slip and fall. No one is perfect in this world, but when we call out to the Lord in humility, He hears our cry and shows us His lovingkindness, leading us to walk in truth. (Psa 26:1-3) Having His presence beside you on the path of life that we go through, we will not sit with vain and wicked people. Many today seek to please others with their own wisdom, but they are vain idolaters who seek the approval of men. When you have the right discernment, we will be led to wash our hands and approach His altar, where we will discern His presence at all times before us. (Psa 26:4,6-8) For the Lord our God will take hold of our right hand and say to us, “Do not fear; I will help you.” (Isa 41:13) Luke 14:11: For whosoever exalteth himself shall be abased; and he that humbleth himself shall be exalted.
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