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    March 16, 2017

    Around the capitol, changing your mind is usually seen as a negative thing. Changing a stand on issues, changing a vote on a bill, or the ultimate, changing parties, leads us to criticize and question motives. However God’s Word tells us it is imperative that each one of us change our minds about the greatest issues of all: God, our relationship with Him, and most importantly, sin. This change of mind is what the Bible calls repentance.

    This will be the topic of this week’s capitol Bible studies as we consider Isaiah’s response to his vision of God’s holiness and glory in Isaiah 6. When Isaiah got a glimpse of God's holiness, he repented - he changed how he thought about God, about his own sinfulness, and about his service to the Lord.

    Pray that those who serve during the hectic and trying days of the regular session might too see God and change their minds - repent - about the most important issues of all.

    Tim Pauley

    Ministry Director

    Capitol Commission West Virginia