In the Psalms, God tells us to meditate on His word day and night. But many Christians struggle with keeping their souls in touch with Him on a daily basis. Today on A Slice of the Good Life, Professor Jim Burns of the HomeWord Center for Youth and Family at Azusa Pacific University shares a message on how to live with intentionality towards God, through prayer and reading God’s Word:
Though we might struggle with busy lives day to day, God has provided us with a means to navigate life and find nourishment for our thirsty souls. If you are a Christian, let the words of Psalm 119:105 be an encouragement to you. David says, “Your word is a lamp to my feet and a light to my path.” We can all have this lamp to light our way if we turn to Christ and seek after Him intentionally, even in small moments of prayer and reading his Word.