A Challenge for 2007: Be Guided by the Bible
- Wednesday, January 10, 2007
You know, some books can change your thinking about various subjects. Other books can give you immense amounts of knowledge. But only the Bible can change your heart. Only the message and the truth of Scripture can change your very nature.
Now, if you’re not interested in God changing and leading your life, you’re not going to be very interested in the Bible. The Bible is for people who want to know God. The Bible is a book for people who want:
· To know forgiveness and experience the reality of a relationship with God.
· To know how to have power over the enemy and how to defeat temptation.
· To have strong, vibrant, growing marriages and families, and healthy relationships.
· To have comfort in their pain.
· To learn how to control their emotions, anxieties, and fears.
· To know how to truly live!
Jesus knew this and believed this. He took the Bible seriously. And since you can’t take Jesus seriously without taking His Word seriously, you and I must believe what Jesus believed about the Bible.
So my challenge to you is to trust the Bible fully to guide you this coming year. You can trust it because Jesus trusted it each day He lived and breathed and walked on this earth. It’s my prayer that you will let God’s Word lead you… as it led Jesus!
PowerPoint® Ministries started as a vision of Dr. Jack Graham and his wife Deb. They believed that the power of God was evident in their growing church and that His Gospel message should be spread beyond the walls of that church to the world at large. They put their faith into action and purchased airtime on the Trinity Broadcasting Network. PowerPoint® Ministries was then officially launched in April 1994. PowerPoint® Ministries now reaches 31 cities and 18 states in the United States through their radio and television stations. In addition, they broadcast in over 70 countries including the U.S., Great Britain, South Africa, Iraq, Israel, and more.
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