Where God's Word Speaks


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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“But avoid foolish questions, and genealogies, and contentions, and strivings about the law; for they are unprofitable and vain” (Titus 3:9).

The Holy Word of God is for studying and meditation and not for arguments and contentions. We are to avoid this for the reasons stated in the text. (See also 2 Timothy 2:15, 16).


“Wherefore be ye not unwise, but understanding what the will of the Lord is” (Ephesians 5:17).

God forbids us to live unwisely. We are to use the time He has given us on this earth wisely by searching the Scriptures to understand His will. (See also Psalm 101:2; Colossians 4:5).


“And let the peace of God rule in your hearts, to the which also ye are called in one body; and be ye thankful” (Colossians 3:15).

Jesus has given this great fruit of the spirit to indwell the true believers who are thankful for the ease and contentment they have in knowing that God is in all things. (See also Psalm 119:165; Isaiah 26:3, 31:17; John 14:27; Galatians 5:22; Philippians 4:7).


“Unto Thee, O my strength, will I sing: for God is my defence, and the God of my mercy” (Psalm 59:17).

We are to acknowledge God as our strength, defence and our mercy and be confident in His grace to divinely meet our every need. (See also Psalm 7:10; 18:2. 3, 46; 94:22).


“Say to them that are of a fearful heart, Be strong, fear not: behold your God will come with vengeance, even God with a recompence, He will come and save you” (Isaiah 35:4).

Those who know the strength and power of God are able to comfort and exhort those who are timid and fearful to rely on God for their salvation and deliverance. (See also Isaiah 41:10; Ephesians 6:10; 2 Timothy 1:7).


“O God, Thou knowest my foolishness; and my sins are not hid from Thee” (Psalm 69:5).

God knows all our faults and dispositions. We are not to cover them up but expose them in prayer and ask for His help in overcoming. (See also Psalm 17:3; 19:12; 38:9; 44:20-21; 51:3, 4; Jeremiah 16:17).


“I will praise the Name of God with a song, and will magnify Him with thanksgiving” (Psalm 69:30).

This is a beautiful way to begin and end each day with praises and thanksgiving to our wonderful God. (See also Psalm 28:7; 34:3; 118:28-29).

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 Fifth Book of Moses called Deuteronomy

Deuteronomy is the fifth Book of Moses in the Old Testament and written under the inspiration of the Holy Spirit. It is an intriguing and fascinating Book which outlines God’s rules of conduct to the generation of Jews who would be entering the Land of Canaan. In this 34-Chapter volume Moses gives a sterling and firm address to the wandering Jews and blesses them before he departs his life. He rehearses the history of their long and arduous trek through the wilderness. He recounts their sin and rebellion that provoked and angered the most High God and praises God’s mercy and loving kindness as He cared and did marvellous things for them throughout this period of their lives. Moses does not spare his words of rebuke and sharp criticism of their behavior which brings about his own impatience and disobedience of God, thus forfeiting his leading them into the Promised Land. He commands them to always set their hope on God, to love and obey Him and exhorts them to not forget His works and the source of their blessings and what their eyes have seen.

“Ye shall walk after the Lord your God, and fear Him, and keep His commandments, and obey His voice, and ye shall serve Him, and cleave unto Him” (Deuteronomy 13:4).

He continually warns them about refraining from idol worship and embracing strange gods and customs, which teachings are embedded in the Ten Commandments. He outlines God’s covenant with His chosen nation and reminds them of the special relationship they have as an holy people chosen by God as a peculiar people unto Himself (see also 1 Peter 2:9). Moses instructs them to diligently teach their children all of God’s commandments and not forget them. Deuteronomy is not just a testimony to the patriarch Moses who led the Jews for 40 years, but it is the inerrant Word of God which speaks to all nations today and teaches that God is a holy, supreme and jealous God and we are to never serve any other god but Him. Moses’ praise to God is recorded in Chapter 32 as the ‘Song of Moses’. .



"But as for me, my prayer is unto Thee. O Lord, in an acceptable time; O God, in the multitude of Thy mercy hear me, in the truth of Thy salvation" (Psalm 69:13).