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Today's Step in the Word

There is no getting away from the fact that God was from the beginning and is from everlasting to everlasting. God is the Word, the Word is God and there is no separating of the two. When we read the Holy Scriptures we come in close and personal contact with God. We know who He is and what He desires of us. So read God’s Word today.

Heaven and earth shall pass away, but My Words shall not pass away" (Matthew 24:35). "Thy Words were found, and I did eat them; and Thy Word was unto me the joy and rejoicing of mine heart . . ."(Jeremiah 15:16)

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“For there is no respect of persons with God” (Romans 2:11).

We are all the same in God’s sight. Our good deeds or personal attributes do not set us apart as better than another. What sets us apart in God’s sight is His grace upon us. (See also 2 Chronicles 19:7; Job 34:19; Ephesians 6:9; Colossians 3:25; 1 Peter 1:17).


“Therefore I will look unto the Lord; I will wait for the God of my salvation: my God will hear me” (Micah 7:7).

We are to look to God and wait on Him for our salvation. He gives grace to the humble. (See also Habakkuk 2:1; Isaiah 8:17; Psalm 4:3; Lamentations 3:25-26).


“O Lord, be gracious unto us; we have waited for Thee; be thou their arm every morning, our salvation also in the time of trouble” (Isaiah 33:2).

The Book of Isaiah delivers these faithful words of comfort and assurance to those who are waiting on God for His mercy and deliverance. (See also Isaiah 25:9; 30:18, 19; 40:10; 51:5; 59:16).


“Great peace have they which love Thy law: and nothing shall offend them” (Psalm 119:165).

The peace of God rests on those whose hearts are in His hand. Nothing shall indeed offend them because they love and trust in His Word. (See also Isaiah 26:3. 32:7; 48:18; Philippians 4:7; Galatians 5:22; 2 Peter 3:14).


“Every way of a man is right in his own eyes: but the Lord pondereth the hearts” (Proverbs 21:2).

We may think that our ways are right but God knows our heart and its motives. (See also Proverbs 16:9; Luke 16:15).


“Behold, happy is the man whom God correcteth: therefore despise not thou the chastening of the Almighty” (Job 5:17).

We should rejoice when God corrects and chastens us. He does this to those whom He loves and it is for our good. (See also Psalm 94:12; Jeremiah 10:24; Hebrews 12:5-8).


“The name of the Lord is a strong tower: the righteous runneth into it, and is safe” (Proverbs 18:10).

In God there is protection and safety. We are to hide in Him. (See also Psalm 18:2; 32:7; 46:1; 94:22).

BIBLE ALERT - This feature takes a look at a Book of the Bible and highlights its spiritual application, meaning and other related facts.

This week’s alert features The Book of Daniel

The Book of Daniel is a prophetic book of visions by young Daniel who is taken from his home along with three other Hebrew lads, Shadrach, Meshach and Abednego to serve the King of Babylon. With his God-given ability, Daniel interprets king Nebuchadnezzar’s dream of a great image as pointing to existing and future kingdoms. When king Belshazzar sees the writing on the wall, he summons Daniel who correctly interprets this to represent Babylon’s fall to the Medes. Under the rule of Darius the Median king, Daniel becomes an adviser and because he is well liked, Darius’ officials tricks him into imposing rules that would prevent Daniel from exercising his great faith in God. Daniel witnesses his friends being thrown into the fiery furnace and sees the glory of God as they are saved and their interlocutors are killed by the heat of the furnace.

“And I heard, but I understood not: then said I, O my Lord, what shall be the end of these things? And He said, Go thy way Daniel” for the words are closed up and sealed till the time of the end” (Daniel 12: 8, 9).

In all these events Daniel does not bow to idols or neglects his faith but remains true and faithful to His Lord Jehovah, praying and worshipping without ceasing. God uses Daniel who is also called Belteshazzar (10:1) in a remarkable way to prophesy of Jesus the Messiah, the seventy weeks of the end times (9:24-27) and the sealing up of the little book until the time of the end (12:4-9). Like the Book of Ezekiel, Daniel is divided into two parts. The first six chapters tell of Daniel’s faith and the greatness of his God over the idols of Babylon. The last six chapters contain the four visions of Daniel and their interpretations.



“O Lord, hear: O Lord, forgive; O Lord, hearken and do; defer not, for Thine own sake, O my God: for Thy city and Thy people are called by Thy Name" (Daniel 9:19).