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"The First Month, the First Day"

1 Corinthians 16: 2

Resolutions or not, there is a sense of beginning again in the first month of the year. That's good. We could let the weeks pass without much thought, but we need times to reflect and look ahead.

The scriptures do not speak about the significance of the first month, but they do focus on the importance of worship on the first day of the week, the Lord's Day. Paul advised the Corinthians to prepare for giving to the special opportunity he was encouraging. "On the first day of every week, each one of you should set aside a sum of money in keeping with his income."

The first month of the new year provides a marvelous opporrtunity to begin giving on the first day of the week through your church. That would be an important step and a blessing to you and your church. If you presently give regularly  on the Lord's Day, thank the Lord for working that conviction into your heart. In the first month, make Him first, and resolve to give on the first day.

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