Psa 119v37 – Don’t watch this!

It’s a new series trending on Netflix – “Binge-worthy”, it promises. It’s Saturday night, and so you start watching. There is some profanity, but you decide to overlook that. There is definitely sexual content, but what show nowadays doesn’t have this? Eventually, after watching three episodes, you turn it off. How does it make you feel? Hours of filling your heart and mind with content that is boastful, disrespectful, profane, and filled with sexual immorality. How does it make God feel? In Psalms 119:37, the Psalmist writes, “Turn away my eyes from looking at worthless things, And revive me in Your way.” “Worthless” is the Hebrew word “shav”, which means desolate and empty. And that is precisely what we feel like and how our life will look like if we fill our hearts and minds with worthless things. Desolate and empty. Instead, God wants to revive us in His way. It’s the Hebrew word “haya”, and it is as exciting as it sounds. It means to nourish, repair, restore, save, and give life. This is the beautiful life God promises to all who turn their eyes, hearts, and lives from worthless things to Him. What will you look at today? Open Bible –

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