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10 July 2018

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Today God says:
  "Press toward the mark for the prize of My high calling"

He promises me:
  "Forgetting those things which are behind, and reaching forth unto those things which are before, I press toward the mark for the prize of the high calling of God in Christ Jesus". (Phil. 3:13-14)

My response to the word:
  God has called me to fulfil His purposes for my life. Therefore, I will press on toward the mark for the prize of His high calling. I choose to forget the negative experiences of the past and to reach for all God has for me. I will live each moment with God, and I know the future will hold good things for me.

My prayer:
  Lord, thank you for calling me and for enabling me to forget the mistakes of the past. With your help I will reach our for all you have for me.

Today's scriptures:
  "You will know the confidence that He calls you to have and the glorious wealth that God's people will inherit". (Eph. 1:18 GW) "There is one body and one Spirit. In the same way you were called to share one hope". (Eph. 4:4 GW)

Quote for today:
When it's a question of God's almighty Spirit, never say 'I can't'. (Oswald Chambers)

On this day:
On 10th July 1509, John Calvin, French religious reformer, was born in Noyon, France. His 'Institutes of the Christian Religion' became the most popular doctrinal statement of the Protestant Reformation.



© Copyright ‘Today God Says’ by K & C International Inc., used with permission.
Today God Says by Clift Richards with Lloyd Hildebrand
is published by Victory House, Inc., Tulsa, Oklahoma ISBN 0932081509
© Additional material by Colin Taylor
Scripture references based on the King James Version unless
otherwise mentioned
Scripture references marked GW taken from GOD'S WORD ®
Copyright 1995 by God’s Word to the Nations. Quotations are used by permission. ISBN 0529103125
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