Starting January 2013, I decided to take a little step into a
big blog commitment. I'm going to walk through the Psalms on my blog. Until the book is done, I'll post a verse or two in a photo every single Tuesday and Thursday. The heart of this series is for me to be looking into the word and being intentional to post
words here. Sometimes it'll just be the one photo as a blog post, sometimes I'll share what the words in the verse meant to me as I read it, and sometimes I'll have a post going on that day that speaks of other things. Thanks for joining me in this Psalm walk through.
I've mentioned this before, how the Gospel constantly moves me, and how I love the Scriptures because they are filled with all that I need to know, but it bears constant repeating.
When I read through the Gospels, I always feel God exposing parts of me that I wasn't aware of. He teaches me how to live for Him, how to be obedient, how to serve well, how to love more, and
I can't speak for you, but I've probably never owned
that was purified seven times.
And yet I do own something that pure.
I have God's HOLY words.
the purest words
I have ever heard.
What have you read in Scripture lately that reminded you that the words of God are pure and true? If you haven't thought about that lately, or struggle with the idea, what causes you to question the validity of His words?