“This book of the Law shall not depart from your mouth, but you shall meditate in it day and night, that you may observe to do according to all that is written in it. For then you shall make your way prosperous, and then you shall have good success” – Joshua 1:8 NKJV

Welcome to the 19th devotional recap of the year. This week, we learnt about the discipline required to build consistency in Bible study and fellowship with God, recognising Him as our ultimate source of satisfaction.

We started the week with a lesson on practical tips for building a consistent culture of Bible study, essential for a rich and satisfying spiritual life (Joshua 1:8). Be intentional about joining a local church where the Word of God is taught well. Establish routines for Bible study—choose a time, place, and structure, and ensure accountability, perhaps by having a study partner (Ecclesiastes 4:9). Prioritize knowing God through His Word. 

Tuesday’s article emphasised that true and lasting satisfaction can only come from God and His Word, unlike fleeting worldly pleasures (Isaiah 40:8). In today’s world full of many things competing for your attention, delight yourself in God’s Word, and approach it as you would everything else that brings you joy: with excitement (Psalm 1:1-3). When you do, the Word will be the lens through which you see everything else, and you will walk according to the will of God in His Word and find ultimate satisfaction.

Wednesday’s devotional likened a believer’s devotion to tuning a radio. Just as a radio has many stations but one usually commands the most attention, your focus should be on God, and He should command your attention (Colossians 3:1-2). For your desire to grow, actively cultivate interest in spending time with God and prioritise it.  See value in the Word of God and intentionally put measures in place to ensure it is your daily focus (Matthew 4:4).

On Thursday, we saw that spiritual growth through a consistent devotion to God’s Word, which was emphasised in the earlier articles this week, will always be evident (I Timothy 4:15). When you grow in the Word, you make tangible, visible progress (Joshua 1:8). As you give yourself diligently to the discipline of devotion, it will not only strengthen your faith but also serve as a testimony to others who encounter you (Galatians 5:22-23).

We concluded the week on Friday with a call to train for godliness, much like athletes who rigorously train and maintain discipline. As you run the Christian race, focus on exercising yourself toward godliness (1 Timothy 4:7-8, 1 Corinthians 9:24). Consistency will often demand discipline, dedication, and relentless effort, so be prepared to give it your all. Establish a strict structure for developing habits of Christian devotion, and commit yourself diligently to following it.

As you grow in God’s word, you will grow in your knowledge of Him. 

Dear believer, commit and give yourself diligently to studying your Bible this week and beyond, and your profiting will appear to everyone.

Have a great Weekend!

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