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"Jesus went to Nazareth, where He had been brought up, and on the Sabbath day He went into the synagogue, as was His custom and He stood up to read."
- Luke 4:16
 
We are told that our LORD'S attendance at the services in the synagogue was a regular feature of His Sabbath activity. His example reminds us that we too should begin to cultivate good patterns of behavior very early in life.
 
I remember grandfather telling about the roads back in the "good old days." Many times during the rainy season the mud was up to the hub on the wheels and many roads had a one way path for several miles. If a traveler heeded these roads they were spared a lot of trouble. In a similar way, we must steer clear of . . .

"Jesus went to Nazareth, where He had been brought up, and on the Sabbath day He went into the synagogue, as was His custom and He stood up to read."
- Luke 4:16
 
We are told that our LORD'S attendance at the services in the synagogue was a regular feature of His Sabbath activity. His example reminds us that we too should begin to cultivate good patterns of behavior very early in life.
 
I remember grandfather telling about the roads back in the "good old days." Many times during the rainy season the mud was up to the hub on the wheels and many roads had a one way path for several miles. If a traveler heeded these roads they were spared a lot of trouble. In a similar way, we must steer clear of sinful attitudes and deeds, because once we get into such ruts we may be trapped by them for years. Questionable practices that are often repeated invariably lead to unhappy consequences.
 
Christian friends, let the Holy Spirit control you and you will develop a happy and well-adjusted life. Don't get into the distressing and frustrating track of evil. Keep forming good character traits.
 
All those who sow deeds evil
Reap discord, pain, and strife;
But those who form good habits
Shall find abundant life.
 
THOUGHT FOR THE DAY - Bad habits are like a comfortable bed, easy to get into but hard to get out of. 

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