In the era of unlimited information, it’s easy to take the Bible for granted—to forget how rich it is with spiritual insight and understanding. In Scripture, we’ve been given both the revelation of who God is and a practical guide for how to live today and prepare for eternity.
Hebrews 4:12 tells us, “The word of God is living and active.” We can observe that the Bible is miraculously complex enough to satisfy both the intellectual and simple; to nourish adult and child alike.
Scripture teaches, convicts, and encourages us through its varied literary styles: historical accounts, poems, prayers, laments, prophecies, and epistles. The Psalms not only remind us to give thanks and worship but also teach us how to repent of sin and share our pain with God. The epistles show us ways to hope in the midst of trials. The gospels introduce us to Jesus Christ and His love for us. Every book leaves its unique mark on us.
When we take the time to engage with Scripture, it’s not merely our own soul we encounter but God Himself. Between the lines of chapter and verse, we meet with Him and are transformed by the experience of His presence. Take some extra time today to connect with Him.
And that’s the memo,
By InTouch Ministries