Reliability (i365 Day 59)

Many people go for cars with a hefty price tag. As for me, not only I cannot afford expensive vehicles, but I am also a very practical guy. The good looks of the cars wouldn’t appeal to me first. Throughout the past years, I always checked for the reliability of the cars that I would consider to purchase.
Similarly, if you go for counselling, you would definitely look for a reliable counselor. Are you facing a problem that you need a reliable advice? The psalmist speaks of God’s Word as a reliable source of advice. Let’s ponder the words of the psalmist (Psalm 119:81-88).
Ponder: 86All your commands are reliable. I am pursued without reason. Help me! (Psalm 119:86 NET)
Post: Let’s post a question to God. “Lord, how can I know Your Word is reliable?”
Practice: Let’s practice what you learnt. Pray that you would experience the reliability of God’s Word.
Proclaim: Let’s proclaim to others about your experiential knowledge. After experiencing the reliability of God’s Word, use your experience as an evangelistic tool.

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