Enjoying the Chocolate: Experiencing the Power of God's Word
'To my surprise, I read a description of the word meditate from Joshua 1:8. The original Hebrew word for meditate is hagah, and it means meditate, utter, speak.1
As Joshua prepared to lead the children of Israel across the Jordan, God instructed him to focus on and speak the Word day and night. God also made a special point to say that this instruction was given to Joshua so he would not only be able to keep His commandments but also accomplish the task and be prosperous and successful.'
Keep this Book of the Law always on your lips: meditate on it day and night, so that you may be careful to do everything written in it. Then you will be prosperous and successful.
-Joshua 1:8 (Day 39)
Do you struggle to make the connections between your challenging circumstances and God's promises in the Bible? Do you believe angels exist and people still encounter them?
Enjoying the Chocolate tells stories of one woman's remarkable journey as she walks alongside her husband battling a rare bone marrow failure disease. Join author, Tessa Gaines, as she describes the encounters surrounding her husband's relapse, treatments, and recovery of severe aplastic anemia. Share in her experiences as she tells what the Lord has done (Ps.118:17).
Whether read alone or used in a group study, this 45 day devotional will increase your faith and challenge you to taste and see how good God is (Ps. 34:8). Each day's devotion includes a testimonial story interwoven with passages of Scripture, a personal reflection, and a Scripture filled prayer. Believers will find what God has for them each day is much better tasting than even the finest of chocolate.
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