January 28, 2019

The Word

January 28, 2019


Psalm 119:89-96
This weekend’s reading: Revelation 2:18-29

For today’s meditation, try the practice of Lectio Divina (Latin for divine reading) as explained by The Upper Room and see what God reveals to you through His Word.

Your eternal word, O Lord,
    stands firm in heaven.
Your faithfulness extends to every generation,
    as enduring as the earth you created.
Your regulations remain true to this day,
    for everything serves your plans.
If your instructions hadn’t sustained me with joy,
    I would have died in my misery.
I will never forget your commandments,
    for by them you give me life.
I am yours; rescue me!
    For I have worked hard at obeying your commandments.
Though the wicked hide along the way to kill me,
    I will quietly keep my mind on your laws.
Even perfection has its limits,
    but your commands have no limit.
(Psalm 119:89-96 New Living Translation)


  • What does the Bible mean to you? 
  • What does your interaction with the Bible look like? 
  • How would you like it to look?


Lord, may your word be the lamp to my feet. May I dive in head first into the depths of who you are through your Word. Amen.