An Insatiable Appetite

[The Holy Spirit] will teach you
everything and will remind you of everything I have told you.
-Jesus

John 14:26 (NLT)

I’m reading a book by Christine Caine called Unstoppable. She is on fire, baby! In
describing her early spiritual journey she says:

“Driven by an insatiable appetite
for God’s truth, I bought the pastors’ teaching tapes and listened to the week’s
sermons multiple times each week. Everything about the way I saw God, the
world, and myself was radically changing because I was in the Word every day. I
became aware, for the first time, of the work of the Holy Spirit in me to open
my eyes to the power and truth of his Word.”

Oh, friends! I long for you to have an insatiable
appetite for God’s truth!
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it)

My mission with Seeds of Scripture is to help you get in
to God’s Word daily and discover power, truth, relevance, encouragement,
correction, and relationship. I only provide the reminder; it’s the work of the
Holy Spirit to reveal its meaning.

When you first believed, God sent His Spirit to live in
you! It gives you the ability to know God’s thoughts (1
Corinthians 2:10-11
) and access to the same power that raised Christ from
the dead (Ephesians
1:19-20
).

I pray that you would be radically changed by His Word
and allow the Holy Spirit to reveal its power and truth.

How would you rate your appetite for God’s Word?

#SeedsOfScripture #truth #GodsWord

2 Comments

  1. CHERRILYNN BISBANO on April 27, 2016 at 11:46 AM

    Cathy, Great post. I have been radically changed by the Word working His healing, conviction and love in and through me. I love the living and active word of God

    • CathyChung on April 27, 2016 at 12:21 PM

      Amen! Jefferson Bethke has a new eCourse out about how to read God's Word and fall in love with it. I yearn for everyone to discover the transformative power of God's Word.

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