Your wonderful works

Verse Highlight: Psalm 119:18, 119:27

Open my eyes, that I may see wondrous things from Your law. Make me understand the way of Your precepts; so shall I meditate on Your wonderful works.

One of my birthday gifts was a new bible. I have about 4 bibles. I could remember a time in my life when I did not own a single one. It is not an achievement to own many, rather that I read and apply what I learn. For most of my prayers, I’ve asked God to help me search the scriptures. The Bible is unlike any other textbook. The key to life centers around the scope of reading and following God’s word. Reading the Bible is a lifetime commitment. There is the hunger to not only acquire knowledge but to engage with the scriptures and meet God within the pages.

The value of reading the Bible is not only to gain information but to experience transformation. God is the best source of instruction. The true test of knowledge, comes from how we use it. We grow in love for Him, others, and ourselves by reading the Bible, praying, and sharing. We rely on His grace to embrace the truth and transformation. Open my eyes, that I may see wondrous things from Your law.

Pray & Reflect:

Lord, open my eyes to see your wondrous law. Help me understand the way of your precepts. Teach to meditate on your wonderful works. Absolute truth and knowledge resides only in your word. Faithful are your promises where it never returns void. Lord, uncover my eyes and unplug my ears to only your voice found in between the pages. In Jesus Name Amen

How can you learn to seek Him? What will you do today to move toward that?

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Hi, I’m Tiffany! My hope is to encourage and equip others to nurture a life rooted in the scriptures and a quiet, gentler lifestyle.

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