Don’t Forget The Most Important Thing

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I will not forget your Word.–Psalm 119:16

I forgot my cell phone today. At times during my day, it was inconvenient to have to use a landline when it would have been so much faster and quicker to just make a call with my cell phone.

While forgetting my cell phone was a minor nuisance, forgetting God’s word is another matter.  Without it, I lose my sense of  direction and don’t know which way to go.  With it, I have a clear purpose for living.

I need to be intentional about making God’s word the main priority of my life.  It’s not really the top priority or one of the top ten on a list of important things to do daily to be successful.

Rather, it’s the main one of all. That means everything else in my life is filtered through it.  It permeates and saturates all the other priorities so that God’s word infuses every part of my life.  It’s kind of like baking a cake. That aroma of an almost-finished cake seeps through the house and fills every room so that it beckons me to find my way to the kitchen and have a slice as soon as it comes out of the oven.  That’s how God’s word should overwhelm us with it’s goodness and sweetness. It should have an undeniable impact on literally every aspect of our lives.

It’s daily as well as moment-by-moment living that follows the Lord’s ways. It’s constantly abiding within the plan of God. And it organically becomes an overriding influence on my Christian walk so that it all naturally aligns with God’s word. A follower of Jesus that remembers how important the Bible is can have a truly liberating way of life that is marked by genuine joy, inner peace, humility, gratitude, and reverence for God.


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