Do You Need To Bring Forth God’s Word?

To bring forth God’s Word, we must first have digested God’s Word.

The meaning of words intrigue me.  I love to dig a little deeper to gain a depth of understanding rather than assume the meaning of a word or phrase.  What does it really mean to “bring forth God’s Word?”  It seems to be a clumsy statement in today’s language.  I searched synonyms for the phrase “bring forth” at www.thesaurus.com.  A synonym is defined as a word or phrase that means exactly or nearly the same as another word or phrase in the same language.  There are a lot of synonyms for this phrase.  Among the many listed invite, milk and engage are the three synonyms that peaked my interest.

The Bible is a collection of letters God has written to me and you.  He invites us to read those letters.  The Bible is God’s revelation of Himself to His people.  It is His invitation to know who He is and grow in an intimate relationship with Him.  God’s Word will become meaningful to you only if you read it.

I can not invite others to know Him if I can not correctly explain the truth of His Word.  2 Timothy 2:15 instructs us to be someone who does not need to be ashamed and who correctly explains the truth of God’s Word.

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