Read Deuteronomy 31:1 through 34:12
Published: Feb 21, 2017
“What is your name?” Joe asked through the shattered car window.
“Sherry . . . My name is Sherry. I’m scared.”
“Don’t be scared. I’ll stay with you. Trust me. You will be okay.” Joe’s words comforted her.
“They are not just idle words for you—they are your life. By them you will live long in the land you are crossing the Jordan to possess” (Deuteronomy 32:47).
Joe’s words calmed Sherry because of the truth they conveyed. As an emergency responder, he had the tools and experience to provide the help she needed.
Israel counted on the words of the Lord. Moses reminded them of all that God had said. God’s promises and warnings were not idle. If the people honored God, He would not leave them. His words were words of life.
Believers can live in the blessing of God’s presence. He does not change and neither do His promises. We are to cling to good and turn from evil. If we will abide in Jesus, His Holy Spirit will never leave us or forsake us.
Prayer Suggestion: Father, please help me to study and heed Your Word.
Quicklook: Deuteronomy 32:39–47
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