When We Replace God

Although, we don’t bow down to golden calves (Exodus 32:2-4) or a giant statue of King Nebuchadnezzar (Daniel 3:1) doesn’t mean idolatry isn’t a problem every single one of us face daily.IMG_7044

Idolatry isn’t just about bowing down to ornate objects; idolatry is about replacing God with man-made substitutions.

Man was made in the image of God to reflect His glory, however man has consistently tried to be on equal footing with God all the way back to the Garden of Eden.

This constant game of tug-of-war between man and flesh (self-sufficiency) makes idols attractive. Idols meet our needs and desires, giving us the false illusion of self-reliance…

If you would like to read the remaining part of this post, please pop over to Essential Thing Devotions where I will be guest posting today.

So glad you stopped by.

Blessings, Kasey

 

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8 thoughts on “When We Replace God

  1. It is so very interesting how everyone has a different perception of things. But I do agree that there is a big problem of Idolatry in our society and most people don’t even notice it.

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  2. Oh how true this is! It’s so easy to begin pursuing something else rather than seeking the face of God. Thank you for encouraging us to do the right and best thing!! Appreciate you linking up to Testimony Tuesday too, friend.

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