The more I spend time in God’s Word, the more my love for it grows. It is an unsearched ocean, a bottomless well, a source of truth, instruction, correction and inspiration that feeds my soul and guides my mind, transforms my life and gives vision for all of life. With that in mind, I continue to draw our attention to the character of Scripture.
While these terms used by David have overtones of legal meaning, that is intentional. If we are going to allow Scripture to exercise AUTHORITY over our lives, we must understand where that authority comes from and why it exists. It is in the person and character of God Himself. HIS WORD REFLECTS HIMSELF!
In the next blog we’ll go back over these verses and see the glorious work that God’s Word does in us. How do you react when the application of Scripture becomes very personal to you? Do you ‘change the subject’, avoid thinking seriously about convictions that are coming upon you? Or do you ask God to align your life and practice with His Word?
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