The reading for today is Luke 1 verse 4, KJV.
"That thou mightest know the certainty of those things, wherein thou has been instructed."
The good physician gets personal with this verse at the beginning of his gospel. It is as if he is telling the reader to pay attention. Take a closer look at these words.
He uses the word certainty. He uses it as showing importance of knowing the truth of what this gospel is saying. He does this with confidence of knowledge in the truth of everything that transpires within these words he has written.
He then writes the word instructed at the end of this verse. This is the last word written before the story of Jesus is brought to life for us through Luke's eyes and heart. He also points out that we have already been instructed in this knowledge. The power of God through Jesus shows us what the message is in this gospel. We are instructed.
Lord, show us your life in the words we read in our Bibles.
Russ Nixon firstname.lastname@example.org
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