Bible Devotion: My Recitation Does Not End in Law School

This book of the law shall not depart out of thy mouth; but thou shalt meditate therein day and night, that thou mayest observe to do according to all that is written therein: for then thou shalt make thy way prosperous, and then thou shalt have good success. (Joshua 1:8 KJV)

If there’s one thing I realized as a renewed daughter of the Lord, it is that it is not enough that you believe Him. You must also commit to Him by making yourself a better Christian. A way to do this is by doing what Joshua tells us in this Verse.

Assimilate is more than just “reading”.

It has now become my practice to read bible verses daily. But I make it a point to not just read them; I reflect and integrate them in my life as a Christian.

I always have this belief that each bible verse I come across each day is God’s way to communicate with me. So, I make sure to have an open heart for it.

Reading is easy; even a 7-year old kid can do it. But to inculcate God’s words in me and practice them in my life is challenging.

This is because I believe that you don’t just read the Scriptures — you become its living testimony!

Sharing God’s Word as much as I could

My limitations as human will not bar me from sharing the blessing of our Lord to you, my friends, and loved ones. Yes, even though some people would rather choose to ignore it. I’ll share God’s love even with this blog, in the hope that it could somehow manage to resonate to my readers’ hearts.

I don’t want to limit this blog to my published works, unpaid product reviews or mundane musings. I want this blog to be God’s instrument to touch more lives.

Now, I do it. And I’ll do this again.

The only I recitation that gives me peace.

In law school, your professors test what you know on a daily basis through recitations. God does the same to me.

The Lord’s recitation is more difficult because it requires action and devotion. But it certainly puts me to contentment and peace.

So, I make it a habit to read the Word of God, whenever and wherever I am. I even bought a KJV version bible to have me covered in all situations.

But more importantly, I do my best to live by His teachings even if I can never be as perfect as our Creator.

May you join me as I take on God’s daily recitation and call to action in my life. Let us all recite His words day and night and do faithfully what they have to say.

God bless you!



4 thoughts on “Bible Devotion: My Recitation Does Not End in Law School

  1. I love how although we have different religions but we have the same goals, like there is this power we believe exists … i loved this one “This is because I believe that you don’t just read the Scriptures — you become its living testimony!” Truly you make me think and shake me up sometimes from my laziness! 🙈Thank you for sharing 💖💖💖

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    1. You are not lazy. You might have been just too preoccupied these days. There’s always a new day to start with, a promise that our Creator gives us everyday.

      Yes! We may have different religions, but I have always felt that you are a sister in God. May you have a blessed day ahead!

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