The Only Book Where Life Is Found

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The bible is the only book that has life, so meditate on the scriptures each day.

It is the Spirit who gives life; the flesh is no help at all. The words that I have spoken to you are spirit and life.” (John 6:63)

Not long ago, I was looking at all the books I’ve accumulated over time. I realized that as great as many of them are, one one has life. Oh yes, they have truth in them; but there is no life in those books.

When it comes to the Bible, it’s the only book that pulsates with life. The Bible says of itself, “The Word of God is living…” (Hebrews 4:12). And the Bible will endure forever. The Scripture says that God’s Word is “firmly fixed in the heavens” (Psalm 119:89). There’s no way around it… God’s Word is where life is found and it endures forever!

I’ve been asked in the past on the issue of the infallibility of Scripture, “Where are the original Scriptures?” And my answer to that is, “The Word of God is settled in heaven! That’s where the originals are!” And God, by His power, has preserved His words through the years because His Word is alive.

The Lord Jesus Christ is inseparably linked with His Word. The eternal God is known by the Word of God. So if you want to really know God, study His Word. Meditate on it each and every day because that’s the only book where real life is found!

The bible is the only book that has life, so meditate on the scriptures each day.

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