Brethren the Bible is necessary, imagine that you go a day without eating anything. Then a week. And a month. As time goes on, you will become weaker and weaker. Remember, our bodies need nourishment to live. And it’s the same with our spiritual lives (1 Corinthians 15:44). Open your Bible as much as you open your mouth; your Bible is supposed to be bread for your daily use, not cake for your special occasions. So, you should always study it because Satan is studying you daily.
A relationship with GOD is the most important relationship you can have, so embrace it every day. It is through our spirit we can have contact with God, so our spirit is what will enter eternity and it needs nourishment to be alive and awake to the will of God. Jesus said, “It is written, ‘Man shall not live by bread alone, but by every word that proceeds from the mouth of God.’” Matthew 4:4.
The Bible may hurt you with the truth, but it will never comfort you with a lie, and that is the reason why most brethren don’t read the Bible daily because they feel that it contradicts their questionable behavior and not itself. Remember brethren, you can’t change the bible truth, but the truth can change you. Read your Bible to be wise, believe what is written in it to be safe, and learn to practice what is written in it. God will never leave you empty. He will replace everything you lost if he asks you to put something down. it’s because he wants you to pick up something greater (Joel 2:25-26).
God doesn’t promise a life free from trials. However, He has given us the tools we need to fight our battles through His Word, the Bible. God doesn’t give us what we can handle; God helps us handle what He has given us.
Don’t let the noise of the world keep you from hearing the voice of the lord. Everyone says that they wish their life came with instruction, but it already has instructions written in the Bible.
The devil knows your name but calls you by your sin. God knows your sin but calls you by your name. The next time Satan reminds you of your past. Remind him of his future, which is written in the Bible.