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Answering the Mysteries of Jesus Christ - March 12

  • 2014 Mar 12
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Quote of the Day

"Since therefore the children share in flesh and blood, he himself likewise partook of the same things, that through death he might destroy the one who has the power of death, that is, the devil."
~Hebrews 2:14

Today's Answer

Recharging Our Batteries Each Day?
John Barnett

Matthew 4:4 "But He answered and said, "It is written, ‘Man shall not live by bread alone, but by every word that proceeds from the mouth of god.'"

Have you really heard what jesus said? He reminds us; don't just do the physical regimens of getting "bread" or physical preparation for life. He says there is an entire spiritual regimen that must not be neglected. We need to renew our souls as well as our bodies; we need to plug in and recharge our spiritual batteries for living another day.

Have you ever had your cell phone or laptop run out of battery? Or, how about your digital camera, just when you wanted to use it? Doesn't that feel terrible? We know we should have plugged it in but we forgot. That is also how our spiritual batteries are. Many missed opportunities to serve the Lord come from not recharging our lives in the Word.

The best life possible to be lived on earth starts and continues through Christ's commanded daily connection with God's Word. Unless our lives are recharged, our minds are renewed, and our souls are fed—we will at some point during each day cease to work correctly, like a dead cell phone or powerless laptop.

The One who wants to call us, and use us is God. It is our Lord that is faced with an "out of power" or "unusable" signal from us. We need to seriously consider whether we are obeying Christ's command in Matthew 4:4, lest we miss all the benefits of His Word in our lives each day.

Taken from "the book you can trust for life" by Discover the Book Ministries (used by permission).

Today's Video

what is the chief goal of the christian life?
Answered by R.C. Sproul

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