March 2019 Archives

Peace Giver

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Today's reading: Psalm 3:1-8

Psalm 3 is a psalm from David when he was fleeing from his son Absalom, who had seized David's position as king and was seeking to kill him. But rather than panicking and giving in to fear in this dire situation, David calls out to God, claiming God to be his shield and the lifter of his head. David has no doubt that God is in control. As a result, he is able to push aside fear, even to the point of sleeping peacefully in the midst of a horrific and dangerous life storm.

"I lay down and slept; I woke again, for the LORD sustained me. I will not be afraid of many thousands of people who have set themselves up against me all around." (vs. 5-6)

How and when has God been a "shield" around you and a "lifter" of your head? What's your experience with God giving you peace in difficult times? Is there an area of your life or a specific situation you need to turn over to God today? Tami

All Powerful

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Today's reading: Psalm 2:1-12

Running throughout Psalm 2 is the prophetic message of the authority and power of Christ, the Messiah, and the opposition of the world to Him. The first half of this psalm provides a good and clear depiction of God being over and in control of all things. The psalm then concludes with the call to serve the Lord with reverence, respect and awe.

What does Psalm 2 show about God's ultimate authority and control? How are you recognizing God and serving and rejoicing in the Lord in your day-to-day living? Tami

Living Hope

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Today's reading: 1 Peter 1:1-9

Today we start on the book of 1 Peter, a letter of encouragement written to Jewish Christians who had been scattered throughout Asia Minor. These believers were discouraged because the environments in which they were living didn't embrace God's ways. As a result, they were experiencing persecution and hardship.

Peter wastes no time when it comes to supporting and lifting up this group. As soon as he completes his greeting, he immediately turns to encouraging these disheartened brothers and sisters in Christ. He acknowledges the hard and unpleasant circumstances they are living in but then reminds and reassures them that they are possessors of a "living hope" from God. Peter drives home the message that they are each heirs of God and as such have "an inheritance that is imperishable, undefiled, and unfading, kept in heaven for [them]" (vs. 4).

How often do you give thought to the fact that, as a Christ follower, you possess a living hope? Why is this important? How did reading that God is keeping for you an imperishable inheritance impact your attitude and outlook today? Tami

Significant Lesson

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Today's reading: Galatians 1-6

Thank you for spending the last few weeks with me working through the book of Galatians. As with all of Paul's letters, this letter was packed full with lessons, both large and small, all beneficial for us as we strive to life more fully for God. Before we turn to a new book tomorrow (I'm still mulling over exactly where we should read next), let's take today to spend a few minutes thinking about the entire book of Galatians and the messages God impressed on our hearts from it.

This time through Galatians, what stood out most to me was Paul's sense of urgency and the intensity with which he delivered his primary message of having freedom in Christ. Not only was it a good reminder (because our tendency is to drift back to legalistic thinking), but it also provided a motivating example of the enthusiasm we should have for spreading the message of salvation and what it means to have a personal relationship with God.

What one message or lesson resonated most with you as you read through and considered Paul's letter to the Galatians, and why? How would you summarize and explain this short but powerful book of the Bible to someone? Tami

One Final Time

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Today's reading: Galatians 6:11-18

As Paul comes to the close of his letter to the church in Galatia, he one more time drives home the point that salvation comes through faith in Jesus Christ, not through keeping a set of rules and regulations. Because of what Jesus did for us on the cross, we are no longer bound by the law but instead have freedom in Christ. I love how Paul, as if he hasn't been bold and absolutely clear throughout his letter, writes, "See with what large letters I am writing to you with my own hand" (vs. 11), to emphasize even further the importance of his message.

"For neither circumcision counts for anything, nor uncircumcision, but a new creation." (vs. 15)

What does placing your faith in Christ and becoming "a new creation" mean for you personally? How would you explain salvation (being a new creation) to someone who thinks following rules and "being a good person" is what's required for them to go to heaven? Tami

Doing Good

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Today's reading: Galatians 6:6-10

I decided to spend one more day on Galatians 6:6-10 because it contains one of my favorite commands--to "not grow weary of doing good" (vs. 9). One of my daily requests of God is to make me aware of someone (or multiple people) in need and show me how I can help them. Whenever I read Galatians 6:9-10, it brings a smile to my face and gives me an extra dose of enthusiasm to get out there and make a positive difference in someone's life this very day.

"So then, as we have opportunity, let us do good to everyone, and especially to those who are of the household of faith." (vs. 10)

What's one example of you "doing good" for someone in the past week? Will you join with me in asking God daily to make us aware of "doing good" opportunities? As you go about your day/week, take note of who is in need in your church, neighborhood, family, school, work environment and/or community, and then take action. Let's do good for others this week! Tami

Full Support

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Today's reading: Galatians 6:6-10

As part of his instruction to love and support one another, Paul includes the specific command to provide support (goods, food, financial help, etc.) to those who are in a teaching/preaching position. This directive is found in verse 6. It's an important verse tucked in the middle of this chapter that we can easily read over and miss. It states:

"Let the one who is taught the word share all good things with the one who teaches." (vs. 6)

This command is so important because it allows those people whom God has called to teach to fully devote their time and energy to helping others draw closer to Him. Thank you, Paul, for the reminder that we need to be aware of and actively providing for this important group of people.

Is it your practice to regularly support those who are in full-time ministry--first and foremost your pastor(s) through tithing at church, but also missionaries here and abroad and parachurch ministries that spread the Gospel message and teach God's Word? Who needs your support today? Tami

Today's reading: Psalm 1:1-6

I love the outdoors and anything to do with nature, so the illustration of a healthy, leafed out tree producing fruit in season absolutely resonated with me. This depiction of something I'm familiar with helped me visualize and, in turn, better understand my dependence on God and His Word (planted by streams of water), and how vibrant and full my Christian walk can be when I'm focused on God and purposeful about spending time in His Word.

Would you describe yourself as a healthy and flourishing tree like the one depicted in Psalm 1? Why or why not? What's the relationship between spending time in God's Word and your spiritual growth and overall spiritual condition? Tami

Reciprocal Delight

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Today's reading: Psalm 1:1-6

When we choose to make God and His Word what we value and cherish most (delight in his law and meditate on it), God will bless us. In other words, when we choose to bless God by worshipping, honoring, following and serving Him wholeheartedly, God reciprocates (He delights in and blesses us) by showing us His favor--guiding, strengthening, protecting, providing, walking alongside and unconditionally loving us in and through every life circumstance.

What does delighting in God and His Word mean for you personally? How would you describe it to someone? How is your day-to-day life impacted when you regularly and consistently spend time in God's Word? Tami

Being Love

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Today's reading: Galatians 6:1-5; Colossians 3:12-13; 1 Corinthians 13:4-7

As Christ follower, we are called to love others, which means loving in and through many different situations. In a general sense, the command to love people isn't too difficult. But when those near to us are experiencing tough times, determining how to demonstrate love can be more challenging, particularly when the tough time is the result of a sinful choice on their part. Paul gives some practical advice on showing love in these types of situations in Galatians 6:1-5. Our loving of a brother or sister in Christ who has made a faulty choice should include restoring them with a gentle, kind and tender approach as well as coming alongside to lend support in the difficult time.

What's your experience with "bearing one another's burdens," either providing support to someone or receiving support from someone else? Why is it so important to restore someone with a spirit of gentleness? Tami

Internal Duel

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Today's reading: Galatians 5:16-26

The moment we accept God's gift of salvation by receiving Christ as our Savior, the Holy Spirit takes up residence inside of us. But even though we have the power of God dwelling within us, we're still human. That means our sinful nature (our flesh) is fully intact. Paul alerts us to this fact in Galatians 5:17, where he tells us about the never ending tension between the Spirit and the flesh and how our flesh wants to keep us from doing what we know is right. As such, it is our constant responsibility to choose to conduct ourselves in a manner that is right and pleasing to God. Thus Paul's charge to walk in the Spirit, live by the Spirit and display the fruit of the Spirit.

What kind of fruit (love, joy, peace, patience, kindness, goodness, faithfulness, gentleness, self-control) are you producing as you follow the lead of the Holy Spirit? How do you stay aware of, and then keep in step with, the Spirit? What encouragement do you draw from Paul's teaching in verse 24 that as believers in Christ, we have "crucified the flesh with its passions and desires"? Tami

Today's reading: Galatians 5:1-15 (NLT)

I'm sticking with the NLT (New Living Translation) today instead of my usual ESV (English Standard Version) because of its clear wording. As I considered Paul's words in Galatians 5, I was drawn first to verse 6 and then to verses 13-14. At the start of this chapter, Paul writes about having freedom in Christ and tells us in verse 6 that following the law (circumcision) isn't of any benefit to us. Rather, "what is important is faith expressing itself in love" (vs. 6). Paul then drives this point home in verses 13-14 with the message that placing our faith in Christ and having freedom in Him means we should be loving and serving one another.

"For you have been called to live in freedom, my brothers and sisters. But don't use your freedom to satisfy your sinful nature. Instead, use your freedom to serve one another in love. For the whole law can be summed up in this one command: 'Love your neighbor as yourself.'" (vs. 13-14)

What does "loving your neighbor as yourself" mean for you personally? Are you intentional about putting this command into practice? What's one example of how you have shown love to a "neighbor" in the past week? Tami

Today's reading: Galatians 5:1 (NLT)

"So Christ has truly set us free. Now make sure that you stay free, and don't get tied up again in slavery to the law." (Galatians 5:1, NLT)

Paul's opening statement in Galatians 5 got me thinking about my experiences with and efforts to change in a number of areas over the years. What I can say with no hesitation is that change is difficult--especially when what we're working on changing is something we've grown accustomed to or done for a long time. And even when we know our new choice is absolutely for our good, if we're not intentional about cultivating different thinking and behaviors, our old ways, which we are so comfortable with, will start slipping back in and eventually derail us.

Thus Paul's reminding and instructing words in Galatians 5:1 to this group of baby believers who are struggling with their new way of living. Paul is basically saying, "Hey, remember whose you are. You are a new creature who is now, through Christ, spiritually free from the bondage of the law. So stay the course. Be intentional about focusing your mind on God's truth and living differently than in the past."

This same message applies to us today. In order to live fully for God, we have to be intentional about filling our minds with God's Word (His truth) and then putting it into practice in our daily lives. Our old ways do have a way of slipping back in. So thank you for being part of Powered by 4 with me. It's such an encouragement to know that we are reading our Bibles and filling our minds with God's truth together so that we can stay the course.

What's your routine when it comes to reading the Bible, gathering together with other Christ followers and praying? Why are these sorts of routines important, and how do they help you get and then maintain a healthy and proper perspective about your spiritual life/walk? Tami

History Lesson

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Today's reading: Galatians 4:21-31

As we come to the end of Galatians 4, we see Paul turn to Jewish history as a way to illustrate and help the church in Galatia more fully understand how Christ's death and resurrection changed everything for them (and us). Jesus dying and shedding His blood on the cross to pay all penalty for our sins released us from being under the law and entered us into a new grace-based era.

Thank you, Jesus, for making it possible for us to be the recipient of God's grace and receive His free gift of salvation.

In what are you trusting to ensure that you are in a right position with God? How might you explain God's grace and His offer of salvation to someone who doesn't yet know Christ? What's an example or experience from your life you could share with someone to help them understand grace and salvation? Tami

Use Your Breath

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Today's reading: Psalm 150:1-6

An exuberant call for us to verbally praise the Lord is evident from Psalm 150.

"Let everything that has breath praise the LORD!" (vs. 6)

Is your praising of the Lord exuberant, like what we see in Psalm 150? Why or why not? God wants us to praise Him fully, so how will take your praise to another level this week? Be specific. Identify one or two things and then commit to doing them. Tami

Fresh Praise

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Today's reading: Psalm 149:1-9

The clear instruction in Psalm 149 is to sing a "new song" to the Lord, which communicates that it's important for us to be fresh and creative with our praise. In other words, the words we use to praise God, and even the manner in which we praise, shouldn't always be the same. So as we go about our weekend (Sunday is coming), let's be open to different ways to praise. Look for a fresh new way to praise God, and then do it!

Think about your normal routine when it comes to praising God. What's one way you can praise God differently this weekend (verbally or with your actions)? Tami

Teacher. Mentor.

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Today's reading: Galatians 4:8-20

There's no doubt that Paul loved and was concerned for the body of believers in Galatia. Paul considered himself a spiritual father and mentor to this group because he had introduced them to Christ; as such, he had a special relationship and spiritual bond with these new believers. While he was with in Galatia, he taught them about and modeled living for God. And then once this new church was established, Paul, staying true to his calling to spread the message of Christ, moved on to other locations. But even though he was no longer physically with the Galatians, Paul's care and concern for and his guiding of this group of believers did not cease. He was committed to walking alongside this new church and helping them continue to move forward and grow in their relationship with God.

What does Paul's example show us about the importance of spiritual mentoring? Do you have someone you consider a spiritual mentor? How are you (or how might you start) helping other people grow in their relationship with Christ? Tami


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Today's reading: Galatians 4:8-20

The people we spend time with and follow after will influence our thinking and actions. That's why guarding our hearts and equipping our minds with God's Word is so very important. When we take in God's truth, it builds us up spiritually and gives us strength to stand firmly and with assurance when we encounter situations that contradict how God desires for us to live, such as false teaching (people preaching and advocating things contrary to what the Bible tells us).

Take a minute to think about the people you regularly spend time with--friends, coworkers, family, classmates. How are these people influencing your thinking and actions? How are you influencing them? How does having God's Word in your mind and heart help you stay grounded when you encounter people with viewpoints and opinions that are contrary with what God tells us in the Bible? Tami

Child of God

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Today's reading: Galatians 4:1-7 (NLT)

One of the things I do quite frequently as I'm reading my Bible is look at the passage I'm studying in one or more other versions, especially when the passage is more complex (wording or doctrinally) or dealing with an area or item I'm not very familiar with, or when I want to double-check the conclusions I've drawn.

That being the case, today I decided to read Galatians 4:1-7 using the New Living Translation (or NLT), which is a version I turn to often. The wording and descriptions were easy to understand, and this double version reading made the experience of taking in this passage even richer. The way verses 5 and 7 read really resonated with me.

"God sent [Jesus] to buy freedom for us who were slaves to the law, so that he could adopt us as his very own children. . . Now you are no longer a slave but God's own child. And since you are his child, God has made you his heir."

This passage immediately brought to mind the beautiful worship song "Who You Say I Am" by Hillsong Worship. The two taken together were a wonderful reminder that I am a loved and cherished CHILD of the God of the universe. They also served to remind me of how quickly I can lose sight of this amazing reality when I'm not intentional about spending time with God through His Word and prayer.

How often do you truly think about being a child of God and what that means? How did Galatians 4:1-7 encourage, impact and/or give you confidence today? How would you explain being God's child and its benefits to someone else? Tami

Today's reading: Galatians 4:1-7

As we move into Galatians 4, Paul continues to pound home the message that we are no longer under the law because of what Jesus did for us--coming to earth and living a perfect and sinless life before then giving up His life on the cross to pay the penalty for our sins. In verse 5, Paul tells us that Jesus came to "redeem those who were under the law." As a result, when we choose to receive Christ as our Savior, we become an adopted child and heir of God. Thank you, Jesus!

How often do you think about being a child and heir of God? What do those terms mean to you personally? Tami

Faith, Not Law

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Today's reading: Galatians 3:15-29; Romans 3:20

Jesus coming to earth, willingly dying on the cross for our sins and being resurrected from the grave changed everything. Jesus ushered in a new age of grace that replaced the requirement of following God's law in order to be made right with God.

While the church (new believers) in Galatia had placed their faith in Jesus, they were struggling with living according to this new standard of grace and had turned back to the false teaching about needing to follow the law. The vast majority of the book of Galatians is Paul explaining and reinforcing, in numerous ways, how being made right with God is ONLY through faith in Christ. In other words, Paul is providing this church with a true explanation of salvation as opposed to the false teaching (legalism) they had turned toward and were embracing.

When we reach Galatians 3:15-29, we see Paul explaining why the law was given--to make us aware of our sin and help us control and keep it in check. He also, again, lets his readers know that our attempts to keep the law (which we are unable to do) will never be able to make us right with God (see also Romans 3:20). The only way we can know God and have a personal relationship with Him is through placing our faith in Jesus Christ.

What stood out to you from Paul's explanation about the law and faith in this passage, and why? How do you guard against embracing legalistic thinking (following a list of rigid dos and don'ts)? Tami

All to Praise

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Today's reading: Psalm 148:1-14

As I read through and considered the words of Psalm 148 and its command to praise the name of the Lord, the song "So Will I (100 Billion X)" by Hillsong United came to my mind. The gist of this song of praise is that all of God's creation (and especially us) are to praise Him. As the song and Psalm 148 point out, if the angels, the stars and heavens, rocks and mountains, winds and waters, land and sea creatures praise Him, then we, as God's crowning act of creation, should also be praising Him with ALL of our being. I love this psalm and its call for us to boldly "praise the Lord!"

Is praising God a priority for you? When you choose to praise the name of the Lord, how does it impact your attitude, actions, words and interactions with others? Will you join me in boldly praising the name of the Lord to those we encounter this week? Tami

Today's reading: Psalm 148:1-14

Psalm 148 reads like an instruction manual of sorts on praising God. It's an absolute, all-inclusive call to recognize and praise the Lord for who He is as Creator of everything in the heavens and on earth. When we reach verse 11, the focus of the Psalm turns to humans. We then see in verse 13 this command:

"Let them praise the name of the LORD, for his name alone is exalted; his majesty is above earth and heaven."

How are you living out the directive to praise the name of the Lord? Think back over the past week. What are some specific things you have done to exalt, promote and proclaim God (at church and as you've gone about your week)? Tami

Today's reading: Galatians 3:1-14; Ephesians 2:8-9 NLT

Our salvation is not dependent on us "working" to keep God's law or us "working out" or "doing good things" on God's behalf. Rather, the Gospel message is all about faith. If we believe in what Christ did for us (dying on the cross to pay the penalty for our sins) and place our faith in Him, we will be saved.

"God saved you by his grace when you believed. And you can't take credit for this; it is a gift from God. Salvation is not a reward for the good things we have done, so none of us can boast about it." (Ephesians 2:8-9, NLT)

Nothing we do in our own strength can ever save us, nor will it change our standing with God. That doesn't mean, however, that once we place our faith in Christ that we should stop doing good things. We belong to God and are dedicated to serving Him.

What helps you keep a proper perspective on working and doing good things for God? Based on today's scripture passages, how would you explain faith in Christ versus doing and being good to someone who doesn't yet know Christ? Tami

Today's reading: Galatians 2:15-21

The message that we can never do enough good things to "work" our way into being made right with God came across clearly in the final verses of Galatians 2. This passage spoke loudly to me today because the women's Bible study group I'm in right now just finished reading through and discussing the many laws God gave to the nation of Israel in the Old Testament. We've spent the past three weeks working through these portions of scripture and have had numerous conversations about how thankful we are for Jesus and how His dying on the cross to pay the penalty for our sin changed everything. Thus Paul's statement in verse 16:

"Yet we know that a person is not justified by works of the law but through faith in Jesus Christ, so we also have believed in Christ Jesus, in order to be justified by faith in Christ and not by works of the law, because by works of the law no one will be justified."

As I talk with people who aren't yet Christ followers about salvation, more often than not they tell me that things are fine with them because they are a "good" person. The Bible is clear that faith in Christ is the only way to be made right with God. How might you use this passage to talk to someone about God's love and their need to believe and place their faith in Christ? Tami

Standing Strong

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Today's reading: Galatians 2:11-14

Standing your ground or speaking up for something you know is right can be difficult to do, particularly when others around you disagree with your position and are outspoken about it. It feels pretty awful when we're ridiculed or defiantly challenged, or when our opinions are automatically discounted because we follow God and the instructions and guidelines He provides us through the Bible.

I've experienced this plenty of times (I'm guessing you have too), and like Peter in today's passage, I haven't always responded well. But while we can't go back and change yesterday, we can do better going forward. With God's help, we can stand strong when we encounter something that we know is contrary to God's Word. And even though it's hard, when we lovingly stand our ground, we're being a witness to those who are watching us and evaluating what being a Christ follower means. We're also being an example for other Christ followers.

When or in what circumstances do you find it difficult to stand strong for God? What's one thing that helps you remain solid in your faith and committed to following God's truth? Tami

Today's reading: Galatians 2:1-10

As we move on to Galatians 2, we see Paul continue to lay out his case for apostleship to the believers in Galatia who've been swayed by teaching that doesn't line up with the message of truth they'd learned from Paul. Paul reminds the Galatians of his credibility by recalling the fact that he was called by God to spread the gospel message and teach about Christ. Then Paul provides an account of his actions, focusing on his journey to spend time with the apostles and the approval he received from James, Peter and John (along with Barnabas and Timothy). His personal spiritual history (his testimony) is strong and revealed to the Galatians a heart dedicated to serving God well.

How often do you look back and recall your spiritual walk and journey? How does reflecting on our spiritual past help us move forward and grow spiritually? Why is it important to share our spiritual history with others? Tami


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Today's reading: Galatians 1:11-24

As we come to the close of Galatians 1, Paul is conveying his personal encounter with God to the believers in Galatia and how that encounter resulted in a complete turnaround of his life. In verses 13-14, Paul talks of his former life and the terrible acts he committed against God as he pursued tradition and "religion." But then he tells of the total transformation to his heart and life and the calling he received from God to take the message of salvation to the Gentiles. What Paul passes on in verses 22-24 displays well the life-changing power of Christ.

"And I was still unknown in person to the churches of Judea that are in Christ. They only were hearing it said, 'He who used to persecute us is now preaching the faith he once tried to destroy.' And they glorified God because of me."

What does Paul's story reveal about God's love for us and His ability reach and change the hearts and lives of ALL people, regardless of their past? Do you share your testimony with others as a way to introduce them to Jesus? Tami

P.S. If you'd like to learn more about Jesus and His love for you, I invite you to listen to a talk I gave at a conference about God's love and His desire to have a relationship with each of us. You can find it on the Servant's Oasis website.


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Today's reading: Psalm 147:1-11

As I read through Psalm 147, I couldn't help but notice how God is all about the details. In fact, I'd say His management style is "hands-on." God is truly up close and personal. He heals our broken hearts, binds up our wounds (verse 3), understands all that we are experiencing and feeling (vs. 5) and takes pleasure in us when we recognize Him for who He is and hope in His steadfast love (verse 11).

How have you seen God in the details of your life this week, this month or this year? What does verse 3 ("He heals the brokenhearted and binds up their wounds") mean for you personally? What hurts, disappointments, wounds and/or broken relationships do you need to turn over to God today? Tami

Trustworthy God

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Today's reading: Psalm 146:1-10

After the psalmist declares his praise of God, he then issues the instruction not to place our trust in man. I suppose he could have ended his song right there, but he doesn't. Instead, the psalmist spends the remainder of his song showing us the extreme contrast between mortal man and our sovereign and trustworthy God.

How have you experienced God's trustworthiness? If someone asked you why you trust God, how would you respond? What would you say to them? Tami

Verifying Truth

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Today's reading: Galatians 1:6-10

Paul's letter to the Galatians starts off a little differently. Rather than beginning with encouragement and commendation like in many of his other letters, Paul's first words after his greeting are words of reprimand to this group of Christ followers. Why? Because they were being influenced and swayed by false teaching and were turning to "a different gospel" than that taught by Paul, which is consistent with God's Word.

False teaching was prevalent in Paul's day, and it is still alive and well today. But thankfully, we have God's Word, the Bible, to help us stay on the right path. So when we hear, read or see something or someone who is teaching and telling us they are proclaiming truth, we shouldn't simply take their word for it. Instead, we should be comparing and checking that teaching with what we find in God's Word, which is the only place where we can be certain to find God's truth.

Is it your practice to open up God's Word to search for and verify what constitutes truth? What does this passage reveal about the importance of being knowledgeable about and familiar with God's Word? Tami

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Hi, my name is Tami Weissert, the P4 facilitator and the "voice" behind the blogs. I'm passionate about helping people grow spiritually and actively encourage Bible engagement through conference speaking and writing. I also served as co-host of the Back to the Bible radio program for over 8 years. A little about me. I'm married to Jeff, and we love scuba diving, playing with our 3 dachshunds and going to Husker football games. I also love growing orchids, singing and Diet Pepsi. I hope you'll join in the conversation as we read the Bible and grow together.

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