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Daily Promises of God

for  educators Psalm 119:49-50

NIV  -­‐ Remember  your  word  to  your  servant,   for  you  have  given  me  hope.
My  comfort  in  my  suffering  is  this: Your  promise  preserves  my  life.

RSV -­‐ Remember  thy  word  to  thy  servant, in  which  thou  hast  made  me  hope.
This  is  my  comfort  in  my  affliction that  thy  promise  gives  me  life.
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KJV -­‐ Remember  the  word  unto  thy  servant,  upon  which  thou  hast  caused  me  to  hope.  This  is  
my  comfort  in  my  affliction:  for  thy  word  hath  quickened  me.
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LB -­‐ Never  forget  your  promises  to  me  your  servant,  for  they  are  my  only  hope.  They  give  me  
strength  in  all  my  troubles;  how  they  refresh  and  revive  me!

Note to the educator
As  we  look  into  the  promises  of  God  this  year,  we  frame  everything  thing  around  the  hope  that  
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lies  within  us.  For  in  Christ  all  the  fullness  of  the  Deity  lives  in  bodily  form  (Col.  2:9)  and  He  paid  
it  all  for  us  that  we  m ay  live  with  Him  eternally.  That  is  our  hope!  That  is  His  promise!  He  will  
never  forget,  He  will  never  leave  you.  Each  day  in  school  is  another  day  closer  to  fully  
understanding  His  great  gifts  and  living  it  out  in  our  daily  walk.  Be  refreshed  today,  dear  
Christian  brother  and  sister  in  your  position  of  dignity.  W alk  with  Him  through  your  daily  
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routines  and  lessons.  Look  for  ways  to  bless  today  because  He  has  blessed  us  m ightily.

1:16 PM prayer
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Please  pray  that  we  m ay  see  our  students  as  image  bearers  even  when  they  do  not  act  like  it.

Quote for the day
Make  it  simple,  but  significant.  Don  Draper

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