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One of Lisa’s specialties is teaching busy mothers how to take time for spiritual nourishment in the Word of God every day.
On her bookshelf is a copy of Wuest’s Word Studies from the Greek New Testament, and one day she noticed something.
In the Bible, the term “word” is sometimes translated from the Greek word “rhema.” For example, here in Matthew 4:4, Jesus told the devil that human beings could not exist merely on physical nourishment, they needed spiritual nourishment as well.
We don’t live by bread alone, but by every rhema that proceeds from the mouth of God.
This is one of the ancient disciplines that we need to rediscover in this day of blaring noises and non-stop sound.
Lectio divina means that we find a time to be still and to open the Bible or some great devotional piece of literature, and we read it for our own soul’s nourishment, looking for that word or phrase or verse or chapter that will speak to us as though it had our names on it, as though we could hear the voice of Jesus Himself speaking to us personally and pointedly.
I believe that every word is inspired, and Jesus said that every dot and dash is given with authority. Jesus said, “Do not think that I have come to abolish the Law or the Prophets; I have not come to abolish them but to fulfill them.
To solidify his power, Jehoram massacred all his siblings and married the daughter of Queen Jezebel, the most wicked woman in the Old Testament.
He descended into idol-worship, and the kingdom of Judah of Judah began collapsing around him.
I tell you the truth, until heaven and earth disappear, not the smallest letter, not the least stroke of a pen, will by any means disappear from the Law until everything is accomplished.” Some time ago, I was reading through the book of 2 Chronicles during my morning devotional periods, and one day I came to the story of King Johoram in chapter 21. Johoram’s father had been the good King Jehoshaphat who had worked tirelessly to bring about revival in his nation.
Upon his death, Jehoram ascended to the throne and he immediately undid his father’s twenty-five years of work.