Walking Each Day with THE GOD You Can Know and Trust (27 of 40) by John Barnett
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Series: Book You Can Trust
As you open with me to Joshua 1:8-9, may I remind all of you who already know this, and introduce any of you who do not--to the God whom we can know and trust through His Word.
The chief way that God has revealed Himself is through His Word.
God Has Shared His Plan
The Bible you hold in your hands, and have backed up in the memory/storage spaces of your mind, is the Plan of God for your life; God's Word is the single most valuable commodity that you can hold.
This Book holds the only key, to making the right decisions about:
• How to know God's choice for a mate, and for your career;
• How to care for an aging parent;
• How to respond to a rebelling child;
• How to rebuild a strained or broken marriage;
• How to proceed when in a dead-end job;
• How to recover when in a hopeless financial mess;
• How to react to a bad medical diagnosis; and
• How to survive, and go on, through aching loneliness.
Those are just the start, to the endless supply of perfect answers and directions that God's Word holds for each of us who will seek Him and find His directions for our lives.
So that leads me to this declaration:
All that I know, believe, and confidently hold to about God and His Plan for my life, my world, my marriage, my family, and my future--is in this absolutely trustworthy Bible. I believe God's Word, I study God's Word, and I declare God's Word through preaching and teaching.
And so, my goal for each of you is that in the days ahead you will believe God's Word so completely, that it will become part of those strongest habits of your life.
My constant prayer is that each of us wake to thinking the Word, and when we get a quiet moment in a hectic day that our thoughts drift to God's Word, and when we finally get to unwind and relax, that restful time would also involve a renewing d ...
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