Today's reading: Psalm 119:17-24
When you read God's Word, do you want and expect to learn as much as possible from it? I’m guessing your answer is like mine--"Yes!" So what's a good approach to make this happen? Psalm 119:18 gives us a wonderful answer and example. The psalmist clearly loves God's Word and desires to know and understand it more and better. So as he readies himself to take in God's Word, he specifically asks God to help and guide him.
"Open my eyes, that I may behold wondrous things out of your law."
Is it your habit to ask God to "open your eyes" before you read your Bible? Why is this important? Read Psalm 119:17-24 again, but this time pray and ask God to open your eyes to something you didn't see or understand before. I'd love to hear the outcome. Tami
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