Sunday, May 24, 2015

A bit of God's word for you...

Do not fear, for I am with you; do not be dismayed, for I am your God. I will strengthen you and help you; I will uphold you with my righteous right hand.
Isaiah 41:10
Wise words to a heed
I often think I'm alone, but not so true God, Jehovah is always with us.
It is important to build a relationship with him
through prayer...
 By reading his word the Bible...
I myself are short of being consistent reading of the bible.. I always start and
a week later because so much is always going on
I forgot to do it...
I do read it at church through bible study etc...

These helpful hints are found @

Keys to understanding the Bible

  1. Have the right attitude. Accept the Bible as God’s Word. Be humble, since God opposes the proud. (1 Thessalonians 2:13;James 4:6) However, avoid blind faith—God wants you to use your “power of reason.”—Romans 12:1, 2.
  2. Pray for wisdom. Do not lean upon your own understanding,” the Bible says at Proverbs 3:5. Instead, “keep on asking God” for wisdom in understanding the Bible.—James 1:5.
  3. Be consistent. You will benefit much more from Bible study if you do it regularly rather than sporadically.—Joshua 1:8.
  4. Study by topic. A topical study, in which you analyze what the Bible says about a particular topic or subject, is an effective way to learn what the Scriptures teach. Start with “the beginning lessons,” as it were, and then “go forward to more mature(advanced) teaching.” (Hebrews 6:1, 2Easy-to-Read Version) You’ll find that you can compare scripture with scripture and learn that various parts of the Bible explain each other, even the parts that are “hard to understand.”—2 Peter 3:16.
  5. Get help from others. The Bible encourages us to accept help from others who understand the Bible. (Acts 8:30, 31) Jehovah’s Witnesses offer a free Bible study program. Like the early Christians, they use Scriptural references to help others discern what the Bible really teaches.—Acts 17:2, 3.

Things you don’t need

  1. High intellect or education. Jesus’ 12 apostles understood the Scriptures and taught them to others, even though the apostles were considered by some to be “unlettered and ordinary.”—Acts 4:13.
  2. Money. You can learn what the Bible teaches without cost. Jesus told his disciples: “You received free, give free.”—Matthew 10:8.

I hope this will help you with your 
Bible readings..
Happy Sunday my dear friends
with love Janice


  1. Such a beautiful reminder my friend.....and so inspiring as we all feel lows in life. An important message of faith! Thank you for passing on the good!!! Nicole xo

  2. Hello, great and positive words-many thanks for sharing that!

  3. You wrote many important and positive words.