Treasure God's Word

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Treasuring God's Word creates a valuable standard for making decisions and evaluating behaviors.

Your word I have treasured in my heart, that I may not sin against You. Psalm 119:11

There are nine filters through which decisions and actions should be run, executive coach Brad Hays tells leaders.* The first is God Himself, and the second is God’s Word. If the action doesn’t glorify God and line up with what Jesus would do, it should be screened out. If there is no biblical support for the intended behavior, then it should be eliminated. That requires that a man or woman have God’s Word stored up inside, and treasured as the most valuable standard for decisions and behaviors.


*Taken from “Nine Simple Filters,” by Brad Hays

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