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22 Ways You Can Respond to God's Word

Psalm 119 is not just the longest chapter in the Bible, it is also one of the greatest pieces of writing ever to be solely focused on the Word of God. If we claim that the Bible is the inspired Word of God (and I do), then we ought to be very concerned with how it impacts our life.



From Psalm 119, here are 22 responses to God's Word we can exhibit in our life:

  1. Obey God's Word
  2. Know God's Word
  3. Seek Understanding of God's Word
  4. Choose God's Word
  5. Desire God's Word
  6. Rely on God's Word
  7. Find Comfort in God's Word
  8. Remember God's Word
  9. Return to God's Word
  10. Rest in God's Word
  11. Long for God's Word
  12. Trust God's Word
  13. Meditate on God's Word
  14. Live by God's Word
  15. Depend on God's Word
  16. Value God's Word
  17. Keep God's Word
  18. Be Zealous for God's Word
  19. Prioritize God's Word
  20. Draw Life from God's Word
  21. Rejoice in God's Word
  22. Be Thankful fo God's Word
If you picked 3 of these to work on in your life, which ones would you pick?

Comments

  1. 7. ...instead of seeking comfort from lesser things.
    11. ...instead of longing for lesser things.
    and 19. ...instead of wasting my time on lesser things.

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