Psalm 119:11 – Your word I have hidden in my heart, That I might not sin against You.
Have you ever heard something that was so profound that you immediately knew it was important? And you told yourself, “I will never forget what I just heard.” Then on your way to the car, you ask yourself, “What did he just say?” The mind has a way of taking information in and doesn’t necessarily forget it or lose it; it just can’t remember where it placed it.
David said, “I’m not going to hide God’s Word in the filing cabinets of my mind. I’m going to hide His Word in my heart.” We need to place His Word as a treasure into our heart so that when life becomes overwhelming, we can open the treasure chest and receive what we need. When we’re in a hopeless situation, we will remember God’s Word because it’s our source of hope. When we don’t have the strength to carry on, we will reach into God’s Word because it will give us the power to take the next step. When the world around us is saturated in fear and afraid to move, we will go to the treasure of God’s Word and find courage because we know that we are more than a conqueror through Christ.
May the Lord bless you and keep you. May the Lord make His face to shine upon you and give you His peace. May you have the faith today to put your hand in the hand of God and reach your divine destiny, for no good thing will He withhold from you who diligently seek Him. He can make a way where there seems to be no way, and God will not fail you. Go with that blessing and celebrate with joy, Amen.
John Hagee Daily Devotional 15th February 2021 Today’s Bible Reading:
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John Charles Hagee is an American Protestant pastor and televangelist. The founder of John Hagee Ministries, his ministry is telecast to the United States and Canada. Hagee is also the founder and chairman of the Christian-Zionist organization Christians United for Israel.