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My Favorite Bible Verses is written with the intent to help readers put Joshua 1:8 into practice so they may experience the manifold blessings of God upon their lives. God’s One Liners shows that small doesn’t mean insignificant.
The Bible promises God’s abundant blessing and good success upon the lives of those who read, meditate, memorize and apply the words of Scripture.
My Favorite Bible Verses is written with the intent to help readers put Joshua 1:8 into practice so they may experience the manifold blessings of God upon their lives.
This is not just a book to be read, it is a book to be lived. Read each page with the intent that you will believe the words of God and put them into practice in your life each day. As you read, may you discover the God of the Word and may He meet your every need.
A “one liner” is usually thought of as a brief, funny comment by a comedian. Since the Bible is not a book of humor, we have found a different and more fitting description for God’s One Liners.
Our normal impression is, “If it is small, it is of little value.” This is not true of Scripture. Jesus considered a couple of mites—the smallest coin of the day—to be a large offering because it was all the giver had; it was a young boy’s little lunch that fed thousands of hungry people after it was blessed by the Lord. What is small can often be mighty.