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We must be trained to receive the Word of God. It’s a lifetime endeavor and not one for the faint-hearted. The ground of our thinking must be tilled, the fallow ground turned over and exposed to the elements, and weeds must be removed. We must learn to understand the Word, trust the Word, and then use the Word until it becomes our daily sustenance–that from which we take our nourishment to live, to thrive–what we need to survive. We must pursue the Word of God until we pant for it as the deer pants for the water brook.

Then and only then can we increase in comprehension and retention. Only then can we live as though it were (because it is) the Words of the One True and Living God who desires relationship with us. The study of God’s Word requires a submitted heart and mind to flourish under its instruction as God intended.

Do your best to present yourself to God as one approved, a worker who has no need to be ashamed, rightly handling the word of truth. 2 Timothy 2:15

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I love Your Word!

The whispers and shouts
to drive away doubts

the Light chases dark
consuming fire sparks

No greater treasure found
my life to it bound

Your message of love
from Your throne up above

Blessed be your Holy name
May all the world know Your fame

No matter where I look
no greater wisdom than Your book

M.E.Mullin/Copyright 2021

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By Sir Robert Grant


Almighty Lord, the sun shall fail,
The moon forget her nightly tale,
And deepest silence hush on high
The radiant chorus of the sky.

But fixed for everlasting years,
Unmoved amid the wreck of spheres.
Thy word shall shine in cloudless day
When heaven and earth have passed away.

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When tribulation strikes, when unspeakable atrocities stare us in the face, are we going to be like the disciples, hiding in a room, leaving town, forgetting what He said would happen, what He has promised us?

Or will we remember that He said:

“I will never leave or forsake you.”

“I have plans for you, to give you a future and a hope.”

“I have given you all things that pertain to life and godliness.”

“I am the bread of life.”

“I am the way, the truth, the life.”

“I am the shepherd. My sheep hear my voice.”

“I collect your tears in a bottle.”

“You are the apple of my eye.”

“Nothing can separate you from the love of Christ.”

“If I be lifted up, I draw all men to me.”

“I am the vine, you are the branches.”

“I am the light of the world.”

“I have loved you with an everlasting love.”

“I will replace your heart of stone with a heart of flesh.”

“I have left you a comforter who will teach you all things.”

“I am coming back.”

He is risen . . . just one more promise kept. Behold, He will keep them all in due time. His justice is not swift . . . He would that none would perish. But justice will come. His promises are true.

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Have you ever seen a sponge that has been left in the closet or on the shelf too long.  It is misshapen and hardens into something like a rock.  It is not much good for cleaning any surface in this state.  However, once soaked in water, the sponge becomes flexible and soft.  It absorbs the water and within a short time is a great tool for cleaning.

The Christian is much like a sponge.  Without the water of the Word of God, the Christian becomes hard, inflexible, not very useful for his or her intended purposes.  But once allowed to soak in the water of the Word, the Christian becomes soft, absorbent, flexible and more useful for his or her purpose.

It begs the question, what kind of sponge are you?

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