~~~~for us to relate to our Lord in a more distinct way and become more closely knit to His Word.
Having acknowledged Him as Lord and Savior is, of course, always #1. Having walked through that door, we come to a Room with no walls and no limitations within. Far ahead of us we see the Heavenly Father with open arms welcoming us, now that we are His children, to “come and eat” of the rich words of the Bible.
God knows every bend in the road of our lives. He also knows how fast we should take the “bends” in order to not have failure.
It all stands from our attitude re the Word of God. For over 30 years, my husband and I, nightly, by memory, voiced the 23rd Psalm together before getting into bed. What a blessing it was to be in unity with and over God’s Word. Today, I carry on with those moments that once were shared with the lover of my life. They mean so much and give so much help to daily living.
For all, and I do mean ALL, of our problems we should attack them in one way. Let me give you an example.
Instead of saying, “This problem entangles me but the Lord is my Shepherd.” We should say, “The Lord is my Shepherd, even though this problem entangles me.”
The “problem” is not something that God can not handle. A God who knows everything, made everything, keeps the world and all of the heavenlies in order certainly can handle any problem that puny man has.
“My God shall supply all your needs according to His riches in glory in Christ Jesus.” Phil. 4:19 (NASB)
Resting in His Word, even when I don’t always understand it. Faith is the rollator that keeps me steady as my life moves along. Marge H.