Hebrews 12 & 13

Hebrews 12 & 13

This is the last day of the Crash Summer Bible Reading. We end today a 60 Day journey through the letters of Paul and Hebrews. What an amazing summer! Honestly, whether one hundred people read along in scripture and read these blogs or whether no one read – it’s been a great summer. It’s been so good for me personally to walk through these scriptures and I pray it has been helpful to you as well.

“Brothers and sisters, I urge you to bear with my word of exhortation, for in fact I have written to you quite briefly.” – Hebrews‬ ‭13:22‬ ‭NIV

I love what the writer says here in verse 22. At the very end of the letter he urges them to listen and take to heart what he’s been teaching them. He says he could have written so much more. That’s how I’ve felt all summer. 60 days is just scratching the surface of what God’s Word has in store for you and me. God’s Word is truly life changing. You can do what you want with these blogs this summer – they are just words on a screen. But the Words of Scripture – now that is a different story. They are our daily bread. Don’t stop “eating” this school year just because we finished our reading challenge. Read God’s Word daily and let it change the way you think and the way you live.

It’s been good to be with you each morning this summer and now I pray that the Lord will use you mightily for His glory as you step into a new school year and share this Good News with your friends.


One Comment on “Hebrews 12 & 13

  1. Thanks for your sharing. God’s blessings to you and your family! We’re going to have a great time this new school year with all that is ahead. God’s already prepared the table!

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