.... means to pause, "An Opprotunity to Reflect on the Meaning of these words." As I enjoyed a non traditional reading of Psalm 24 on Sunday, Pastor John followed it up with the meaning of Selah and I felt that it was a perfect fit for a title on my blog. (As soon as I figure out how to organize posts on my blog in the side bar I will keep the links to all my posts that designed for you to take a moment, read, and pause so that your mind and soul can begin to digest the Word of God.)

Today's Selah comes from My Utmost for His Highest..

The warfare is not against sin; we can never fight against sin— Jesus Christ conquered that in His redemption of us. The conflict is waged over turning our natural life into a ..........

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