Published On: Thu, Feb 15th, 2018

Daily Devotional – Choice Gleanings – February 15

DAILY READINGS: Gen. 50; Psalm 30; Matt. 27:27-44

For who will have pity on you, O Jerusalem?…Or who will turn aside to ask how you are doing? Jeremiah 15:5 (NKJV)

“How are you doing?” is a typical greeting in North America. We use it all the time, but usually without any thought of making a sincere inquiry, much less waiting to hear the answer. People all around us yearn for someone to care. David lamented this sad fact saying, “no one cares for my soul” (Ps. 142:4, ESV). We know that Jesus cares, but do we? Take time to ask someone today, “How are you doing?” Then, wait for the answer. —Rex Trogdon

No one ever cared for me like Jesus.
There’s no other friend so kind as He;
No one else could take my sin and darkness from me,
Oh, how much He cared for me. —Charles Weigle

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