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Teach Me Your Way

by P. Brian Noble / May 22, 2018

 

Teach me your way, O Lord, that I may walk in your truth; unite my heart to fear your name. (Psalm 86:11, ESV)

  

 

When You Need God's Wisdom

When you need God’s wisdom, do you ask him to teach you? God deeply desires that your soul be filled with his truth, and I invite you to trust the Lord by walking in that truth. King David, who wrote this psalm, says, “Teach me …, O Lord.” His desire is to be in full agreement with the Lord’s desire—learning God’s ways and walking in God’s truth. David wants to journey on God’s road, the one called Truth.

Next, David asks God, “…unite my heart...” It’s interesting that he doesn’t ask God, “Unite my heart with your love” or “Unite my heart with your grace.” Instead, his prayer is that God would “…unite my heart to fear your name.” David doesn’t want any part of his heart to be disloyal or distracted. He desires to have whole-hearted reverence as he walks with God. This inspires me!

 

What Path Are You On?

What path are you on? Are you walking in a teachable frame of mind? I hope you are journeying on the road of truth. What is your heart united with? Are you teachable in your current relationships? Open your heart to God so he can teach you his ways. Learn from him so you may be able to walk in truth. Too many people learn just so they’ll know more. We need to learn so that Christ-like behavior characterizes us.

In your relationships, do you unite your heart in being right or in order to fear the Lord’s name? When you deeply revere the name of God, you will be humble. You will be forgiving. It will be evident to others that you are a Christian.

 

Lord Jesus, Teach Me Your Ways

Lord Jesus, teach me your ways so I will walk in your truths. I want my heart to be united with your heart. Help me to understand more of what it means to fear your name…. (Continue praying.)

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Blessings 

P. Brian Noble

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P. Brian Noble

P. Brian Noble

P. Brian Noble is an everyday guy who loves Jesus. He has been married to his best friend, Tanya, for 20 years and they have four children; they currently reside in eastern Washington. Brian has a Master of Arts in missional leadership from Northwest University. He is the Executive Director/CEO of Peacemaker Ministries. An ordained minister for the past 20+ years (3 years as a Youth Pastor, 14 years as a Senior Pastor, and 4 years as an Executive Pastor), he proclaims hope through the gospel message as the Holy Spirit empowers believers in their daily walk. He believes in the power of the Word of God to transform lives. He has been a Certified Christian Conciliator since 2008, with 1000+ hours of conflict coaching and mediation experience. His caseload has ranged from husband and wife cases, to family farm, to public schools, and even county government. Brian has taught peacemaking in local jails and even internationally in Uganda. His hope is that every Christian reconciles their differences in a way that glorifies God. His hope is that every Christian recognizes they are a Peacemaker before they try to do peacemaking. Finally, his hope is that every Christian reconciles by making authentic peace that blends justice, mercy, and humility.

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