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The Meaning of Godliness

October 8, 2020

Daily Bible Reading for YOU

Take 10 minutes every day and have the Bible read to you. In one year you will have read the whole Bible and your life will have dramatically been changed. That I can guarantee.
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Thought for Today

“The Bible gives us some clues about godliness in its earliest pages. Genesis 5:21-24 tells us about Enoch, the father of Methuselah. In a short three-verse summary of Enoch's life, Moses twice describes him as one who "walked with God."

Much later in the Bible, the author of Hebrews gives Enoch a place in his great "Faith's Hall of Fame" in chapter 11, but he sees Enoch from a slightly different perspective. He describes him as "one who pleased God."

Here, then, are two important clues: Enoch walked with God, and Enoch pleased God. It is evident from these two statements that Enoch's life was centered in God; God was the focal point, the polestar of his very existence.

Enoch walked with God; he enjoyed a relationship with God; and he pleased God. We could accurately say he was devoted to God. This is the meaning of godliness.”
  • Jerry Bridges (from “The Practice of Godliness”, NavPress)

Quote for Today

“Nature doesn't need people - people need nature; nature would survive the extinction of the human being and go on just fine, but human culture, human beings, cannot survive without nature.”
  • Harrison Ford

Mother Basilea Schlink’s Attitude for Today

"Never withhold love from your neighbour. If you withhold this, you withhold everything. If you give him love, you give him everything - and God will pour out his love upon you and richly reward you."
  • Mother Basilea Schlink

Proverb for Today

“There is a way that appears to be right, but in the end it leads to death.”
  • Proverbs 14:12

Word from Scripture for Today

“The blessing of the Lord be upon you.”
  • Psalm 129:8



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