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Psalms 119, Colossians 4:10-e


I have hidden your word in my heart that I might not sin against you. Psalm 119:11


This is about more than reading the Bible in a year. Each morning I read, I want to pack something of which God has said in my heart that I might pull out later to enjoy or to share with someone. Little is accomplished if I read and then forget everything. There are all kinds of nuggets in Psalm 119. Taken one with you today and share it with at least one other person. And, oh yea, this verse says by my holding to God’s word I won’t be as apt to sin against him. Taking this to heart is a win-win! Have a great day!

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