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I have recently been reading in Philippians and came across a couple of verses that caught my attention. Paul, the author of Philippians, is writing to the members of the church at Philippi. He is writing to encourage them in their commitment to Christ and in doing so he sets a high standard for us.
Few choices last a lifetime. Most require daily, deliberate reminders. Joshua knew this well. Immediately after he and the young nation of Israel entered the Promised Land, they made a beeline to a particular valley between two mountains.
God had commanded half the people to stand before one mountain and the other half to position itself before the other. Each group was to shout either the blessings or the curses that Israel would experience as a result of their response to God’s Law (Deuteronomy 11:29).
I love God's Word.
To some people that might sound weird. A little fanatical. Some may even say my love is misplaced: it's OK to enjoy reading the Bible, but you should reserve your love for God, right?
The Bible is more than just a book to read. It's different than Tom Sawyer or Atlas Shrugged or Twilight. The Bible is more than just words on pages; it's active and alive. It is an integral part of the relationship between us and God. And it's more than just the way God communicates with us. The apostle John called Jesus the Word (John 1:1), the Word that became flesh and made his dwelling among us (John 1:14).