The woman said to Him,
“I know that Messiah is coming” (who is called Christ).
“When He comes, He will tell us all things.”
Jesus said to her, “I who speak to you am He.”
LORD Jesus, we praise You for You hear our prayer. Forgive us, O God we pray, whenever we run in our trouble for any other help but to You. Help us to remember that we can come to You with all of our concerns — the small ones and the big ones. You are our Creator, our Savior, and our Provider. Hallelujah! Enable us to trust in Your Word and Promises. In Jesus’ mighty name we pray. Amen.
The Messiah did come to tell us all things. He is the Word who was in the beginning with God. All things were made through the Word, and without the Word nothing was made that was made. (John 1:1-3)
Do you read well? How is your reading? What kind of book/s are you enjoying at the moment? Do you spend a lot of time reading?
I love to read, and it is part of my job. Writers read. They should read — a lot. Some of my books are paperbacks and some are hardbacks. I also have a good selection of eBooks. What I prefer, though, is to listen to a good book being read aloud. Hence, my love for audiobooks.
As often as I can I will connect the two: reading and listening. If I will take notes, too, then I will remember even more of the text.
Do you hear well? How is your hearing? Would you rather prefer a printed or an eBook over listening to an audiobook? Try using both for memory work. Read the chapter/s in your Bible in the morning, listen to them in the evening — or the other way around. You could even go a step further and write down some of the verses you have read or heard.
Hear God’s Word today.