“Your word have I laid up in my heart, that I might not sin against You. (Psalm 119:11, AMPC)
Are you aware or have an idea that the Word of God has the ability to safeguard you and hold you back from doing the things you realize you shouldn’t do? Hebrews lets us know that the Word of God is living and dynamic; it’s strong in our lives. God speak to us through His Word, the Bible, and He address us through spoken words, which can come in numerous ways. In Scripture, God addressed individuals through a burning bush, a still little voice, and, surprisingly, a donkey. Today, He might address your heart through a companion, a religious melody, or something in creation. One thing is without a doubt, when He talks, your soul knows it. There is affirmation in your inward man. God generally talks truth, and truth generally sets you free! God’s Word likewise safeguards you. At the point when you hold His Word near your heart, it behaves like a safeguard around your heart. You hold His Word near you by meditating over it, paying attention on it, meditating over everything and proclaiming it. As you permit His truth to sink into your soul, it will empower you and change you. It will prepare you to enjoy a luxurious lifestyle He has arranged for you!
Thank You Lord for Your Word which strengthens and protects me. Thank You for speaking truth to my heart. Help me to hear Your voice more clearly that I may live a life pleasing to You in Jesus’ name. Amen.
BIBLE READINGS: 2 Timothy 3:16-17, Psalm 119:11
AGBARA TI MBE NINU ORO OLORUN
“Oro re ni mo pamo li aya mi, ki emi ki o ma ba se si o.” Orin Dafidi 119:11
Nje iwo mo tabi ni ero wipe oro Olorun ni agbara lati dabo bo o, ki o si fa o sehin kuro ninu awon ohun ti ko ye ki o se? Heberu fi ye wa wipe, oro Olorun ye, o si lagbara; o ni agbara ninu aye wa. Olorun a maa ba wa soro ninu oro Re, eyi ti nse Bibeli. A si maa ba wa soro ni oniruuru ona. Ninu Iwe Mimo, Olorun ba awon eniyan soro ninu igbe ti njona, ohun kelekele, eyi to yanilenu ni ti ketekete. Loni, O le ba okan re soro nipase Ore, orin emi, tabi ohunkohun. Ohun
ti o daju ni wipe, nigba ti o ba soro, okan re yio mo. Okunrin emi re yio ni idaniloju. Olorun a maa so otito, otito a si maa so o di ominira. Oro Olorun bakan naa a si maa dab obo o. Nigba ti o ba mu oro re sunmo okan re, yio da abo bo okan re. iwo mu oro re sunmo o nipa sise asaro ninu re, fi iye si, ki o si maa jewo re. bi o ti n fi aye gba otito re ni okan re, yio fun o lagbara, yio si yi o pada. Yio si mu o setan fun igbe aye ti o ladun eyi ti o ti pese fun o.
Oluwa, o seun fun oro re ti nfun mi lagbara, to si n dabo bo mi. o seun to so oro otito re si okan mi. ran mi lowo, lati gbo ohun re kedere, ki n le gbe igbe aye ti o te o lorun, ni oruko Jesu. Amin
BIBELI KIKA: II Timoteu 3: 16-17