Hi, sweet friends! I’m a little giddy right now because I love how the Lord is so involved in the details of our lives even when we don’t have a clue. Today, our study on Words brings us to The Power of the Word of God and it just so happens that today I was scheduled to post on Scripture Dig about studying the Word of God.
The Lord knows this little girl has been burning her candle at both ends for quite a while now, so He blessed me with a twofer. 🙂 And for those of you who have never visited Scripture Dig’s site, I know you’re going to love it! I’m blessed to be part of a team of 6 women who write for this wonderful site that was inspired and birthed from Teri Lynne Underwood’s heart.
So today, I’m going to ask you to click on this link and pop in over at Scripture Dig to finish our study on Words. It won’t have the question and answer format we’ve been using for our Bible studies, but I pray it will encourage us all to make and adventure of studying the Word of God.
Here’s the beginning of today’s study.
Do you find it difficult to study the Word of God? Many people do. Some, because they aren’t sure where to begin, others because it seems too daunting or they think they have to develop the same study patterns as someone else – while still others struggle with the discipline necessary to make it a part of their daily walk.
But if we really understood the power of the Word of God and the benefits that are ours when we invest time in it, it would become more than a spiritual discipline, it would become as necessary to us eating. Job said, “I have treasured the words of His mouth More than my necessary food.” Job 23:12
Let’s look at “why” before we look at “how.” Perhaps then we will more readily make Bible study a part of our daily spiritual disciplines.
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