FAULTY PRODUCTS – Thu, Aug 27, 2015


Psalm 100:3 KJV
Know ye that the Lord he is God: it is he that hath made us, and not we ourselves; we are his people, and the sheep of his pasture.

I first learnt to quote the five verses of Psalm 100 when I was in Junior High School. As pupils, we used to recite this as a prayer at the morning assembly. Reading it today brings some nostalgic moments to me.

Today I was struck by verse 3: “Know that the Lord is God, it is He that made us, and not we ourselves…”
To a large extent majority of people forget this single important fact of life, ‘we didn’t make ourselves!!!’

This should actually be a guiding principle for most of us. You don’t expect the Benz car to behave in a certain way except the way the manufacturers have designed it to. Same applies to any other product. If it does, it is a MALFUNCTION.

So you think about it, are you operating smoothly or gave been malfunctioning all along. Perhaps, like me you need a mechanic… But I choose to go back to the Manufacturer, what about you?

Have a blessed day.
#CarllyDevotionals #1ChapterADay

One thought on “FAULTY PRODUCTS – Thu, Aug 27, 2015

  1. In most of the cases, our malfunctional behaviors don’t need the manufacturer or mechanic touch but self calibration n preuse checks.
    Our manufacturer told our mechanic to tell us to seek Him first and all our faults shall be dealt with.
    I dont think a bmw will be taken to a Nissan specialist for services
    Cjay this is the genesis of most Christians family problem.
    Most family n churches have neglected the basic principle in Christianity, which is clinging to the corridors of our Maker.

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