Reading: Ecclesiastes 12: 11
Isn't it fun to improve your vocabulary by learning new words that most people don't know? Once you learn what a new word means and use it in conversation, many times people will ask you about it and you can teach them what it means.
We can improve our vocabulary by learning a new word each week. Or, we can learn even more words if we learn a new word each day. There are even calendars which feature a new words each day that you can learn and use in your everyday speech.
Just as we can learn new words and use them in our daily life, so we can learn from the Word of God. If we read the Bible each week, we will gain information that can help us live a better life. We may even be able to teach something to someone else. If we read the Bible every day, we can gain even more knowledge about God that we can share.
If you are improving your vocabulary every week or every day, should you be improving your life every day by reading the Bible? --Chad Hershberger, Camp Mount Luther Director
Closing: Discuss with others or meditate on this quote, "LIfe if fragile. Handle with prayer."
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