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Why do we need the Bible? It is just a book. It has thousands of pages. It is sometimes hard to read. Why bother?
I thought that many years ago. As a matter of fact my grandmother gave me a beautiful Bible. However, I never read it much because I was afraid I was going to tear the pages, and soil it.
I’m sure that is not what my grandmother had in mind at all. She probably wanted to it look worn, and have many dog ears in it.
I have learned that the Bible is full of living water. The words flow out like a river of love that refreshes us each day. It give us the armor we need to survive as Christians.
Unlike some people who have put their Bible up in the attic, which only give the rats some paper for their nest, we should read the Bible every day.
I realize this sounds a little harsh, but I was guilty of doing that with my grandmother’s Bible she gave me.
I don’t have anymore excuses. I know how important the Bible is for our daily plans in life.
What about you? Do you know where your Bible is? Do you read it often?
The Words from the Bible should be “music to our ears,” and give us hope in a not so friendly world.
You are never alone.
You are never forsaken.
You are never unloved.
And above all…never, ever, give up!