Day 5:The Days of Your Life
“And it shall be with him, and he shall read it all the days of his life, that he may learn to fear the LORD his God and be careful to observe all the words of this law and these statutes,
24 hours. One day. In Hebrew yowm, which means a working day, a days journey, today, yesterday, tomorrow. In English: the portion of the day allotted to work. We are all given the same amount of time each day to do the work God planned for us before He laid the foundations of the earth. Our tasks are to make disciples of all nations, edify the church, and bring glory to God. How we accomplish these three tasks depends on the gifts, talents, and resources God has blessed us with.
If our days are given to us to accomplish good works, and we are to read God’s word all the days of our life, God’s work and God’s word must be inextricably connected. Our good works will not be accomplished apart from the Word of God.
Please read the verbs from Deuteronomy 17:19 out loud. Each day we need to read, learn, and observe the word of God. God’s word is for all the days of our life … good days, hard days, challenging days, holy-days and holidays.
point to ponder:
How can I apply God’s word to my life today?
You have given me Your word for every day of my life, for my yesterdays, todays, and tomorrows. If You have commended me to read, learn and apply Your word each day, it must be because Your word will affect everything I do, every day of my life. In order to apply Your word, I must know Your word. Help me to commit Your word to memory and to listen for Your word as I live each day of my life.
In Jesus Holy Name,
Day 1 : Breath of Life
Day 2: The Life
Day 3. Eternal Life
Day 4. The Life Which I Now Live
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