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I would like to invite you to subscribe to “Abundant Gifts from the Word.” These short, daily meditations on God’s Word will encourage and inspire you to better love and serve the God who loves you.
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Here’s a sample:
“Your principles have been the music of my life throughout the years of my pilgrimage.” –Psalm 119:54, NLT (first edition)
What a wonderful metaphor!
God’s principles–the music of our lives. The soundtrack that goes along with the movie of our journey here on earth. God’s Word is the tune we dance to, for it brings joy. Like beautiful music, God’s Word adds emotion and expression and enriches life.
Researchers have found that certain music, when played in the background, enables us to focus more on what we’re doing. God’s principles are that background music … enabling us to follow God’s perfect way.
Today, dance to the music of God’s Word as you journey through this world to your true Home.
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