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FOLLOW THE BOUNCIN’ BALL.

Got no reason, Got no rhyme. 
Kickin’ a can down the road o’ time. 
Follow the Bouncin’ Ball, Sing an old song. 
I don’t mind if you tag along. 
Saturday matinee, give away a funny book, free of charge. 
Also a CrackerJack.
Read “Red Ryder”, “Little Beaver”. 
Trade it for a Dizzy Dean baseball card. 
Down to the roundhouse, Look at the trains. 
Up on the rooftop, spottin’ airplanes. 
Follow the Bouncin’ Ball, Sing and old song. 
I don’t mind if you tag along. 
(Words & music by Jack Blanchard.)

Jack Blanchard & Misty Morgan…

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© Jack Blanchard, 2016.

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Your Daily Devotions for The Day Before Christmas

Search me, O God, and know my heart; test me and know my anxious thoughts

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Here are two more reasons why spending time alone with God each day is important: 

1) To take spiritual inventory of your life. David prayed, ‘Search me, O God, and know my heart; test me and know my anxious thoughts. See if there is any offensive way in me, and lead me in the way everlasting’ (vv. 23-24). Note the words ‘anxious thoughts’ and ‘offensive way’. These are things you start to take stock of when you are in God’s presence. For example, are you growing daily in your spiritual walk? Are you allowing unconfessed sins to pile up in your life? How about your attitudes? In order to see yourself from God’s point of view, you have to face these questions in His presence and answer them honestly.

2) To commit each day to the Lord. The writer of Proverbs said,‘Trust in the Lord with all your heart and lean not on your own understanding; in all your ways acknowledge Him, and He will make straight your paths’ (Proverbs 3:5-6). Share your schedule with God, ask Him to guide you in your daily activities and alter them as needed. Ask Him to help you manage your time better so you can get more done (Psalms 90:12). Ask Him to help you distinguish between what’s truly important and what isn’t (1 Corinthians 10:23). Every day of your life you’ll have to deal with two things: problems and opportunities. And God will give you the right perspective and approach to handle both. You’ll be amazed how much more effective and efficient you are when you’ve spent time with Him.

Prayer
Heavenly Father,

search me Lord and reveal my heart and heal me. In Jesus’ Name

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