“These words of Mine..”

I don’t read too many religious or spiritual books; even those that claim to be Christian.
I’ll tell you why.
To me God’s word is truth; the whole truth; the entire truth we need to know when it comes to what God wants us to know about a relationship with Him.
No other book can do what the Bible does; and I haven’t learned it all. Until I do, I stick to just reading the truth of the Bible. When I get it all down then I may read other material but I will be able to decipher what is truth and what is counterfeit because I will know the truth.
I have a small publication that I skimmed over. I’ve actually have done more research on the author or the group as a whole. I’ve discovered some error in the group and, therefore, the publication will also contain error.
God’s word says this – Therefore you shall lay up these words of mine in your heart and in your soul, and bind them as a sign on your hand, and they shall be as frontlets between your eyes. You shall teach them to your children, speaking of them when you sit in your house, when you walk by the way, when you lie down, and when you rise up. And you shall write them on the doorposts of your house and on your gates, Deut 11:18-20
God said, “These words of Mine..” not a publication or some book on spiritualism; but His Word!
His word is to be bound to our heart and soul. It is to be a living part of each believer.
They shall be as frontlets between your eyes. Hebrews took this literal and bound a box containing scripture to their foreheads.
I think God wants us to literally see the world; to see life through His word.
We are instructed to teach His word to the children.
We are to speak of His word in our homes, when we walk different places, when we lie down to rest or sleep, and we start it all over again when we get up.
Our home should be a living testimony to what we believe so that all that enter the doors or gates may know they have entered the house of a believer!

One thought on ““These words of Mine..”

  1. The heavens declair the glory of God. He is seen in all of nature. So as a reflector of Christ our lives should speak the loudest…not our mouths! A speachless person can show forth their Christianity without speaking a word, so should we.

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