Tuesday, April 8, 2014

His Word. Last word. Always.

Real hard time writing anything for this weeks lent lesson for shereadstruth.com.
Joshua 1:8-9 pretty much preach their own sermon. There is not much to add. 

Basically I get the truth is all we need. It's what we need to meditate on. Beth Moore is amazing, Billy Graham can still bring it, friends can counsel, preachers can preach, and teachers can teach. But all that greatness can't compare with God's Word. Sometimes I let all that greatness get in the way of meditation on the one thing that will truly quench my thirst. I'm thankful for the other stuff but I needed a reminder that His Word is all we need.

Then there's fear. Ugh. Worry causes fear. Which means I'm no stranger to fear. At all. But wow, a command to be strong and courageous; to NOT fear. Nothing else to say bout that cept meditate on it. Let it sink in and preach it to yourself daily. The conviction and change is a personal truth for me.

The Lord is with us wherever we go. My kiddos have the hardest time with this truth and frankly, I'm not the best at remembering it and comprehending it either. But all of these truths are ones I LOVE. They bring answers. I love answers. They bring contentment. I could use a big slice of that. They crowd out worry and anxiety. I would love to live a life free from fear. They remind us we are never alone, despite how often we might feel alone physically or just in our circumstance. His presence is constant.
Thank you Jesus for truth. It's truly our source. Claim it with me today friend.

1 comment:

Wendy said...

Thanks friend. I get caught up in the "what have people said about this passage" stuff and have a hard time just sitting and meditating on scripture alone. Thanks for the challenge.