by Jim Perdue

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Series: Life by the Book
Jim Perdue
Psalm 119:97-104

We're in a series on Sunday evenings entitled, Life By the Book as we study the longest chapter in the Bible, Psalm 119. The subject of this psalm is the perfect, priceless, precious Word of God. And we've finally made it to triple digits! Tonight, we'll be in Psalm 119:97-104 as we think about the subject, Beyond Bible Study. READ TEXT

*I'm a fan of technology. I love our modern-day advancements. I told you this morning, my iPhone helps me get through life without constantly disappointing people. But with the advent of new technologies, there are some things that fall by the wayside. Sadly, with new inventions comes collateral damage. For instance, with the rise of email, texting, facebook, and twitter, nobody really writes letters anymore. The art of letter writing is dying. Now, I know I sound a bit nostalgic but I don't think it's just letters. I think it's writing in general. If you check your twitter feed or facebook timeline you'll soon discover that people don't know how to write because they have no clue how to use proper grammar. But, that's not the point of this story. Do you remember getting your first love letter? Now, I'm not talking about the ''Do you love me? Check yes or no.'' letter you got when you were in second grade. I'm talking about, you knew it was the one. You had found your soul mate. You were ready to spend the rest of your life with this person. You get that letter in the mail. Your heart begins to race as you gently open the letter (or maybe you're a savage and you rip it open!) and you see those handwritten words on the page. Man, wasn't that a great feeling? What did you do with that letter? I'll tell you what you didn't do. You didn't read it, close it, and throw it away. I bet you didn't even just read it once. I bet you soaked in every word. Thought about every phrase, dug in to the meaning behind each exclamation point. That's the way y ...

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