The scripture for today, October 20 (10/20), is Deuteronomy 10:20 as found in the Old Testament of the Bible:
I praise you, Jehovah, Creator of everything I observe and more. You are too large to see but a speck of you. You are too small to perceive, too much to fathom, too wise to comprehend. You are my monarch, my sovereign, my emperor, my king. You reign over my heart, my mind, my spirit, my soul.
Lord God, you are crowned with the sun. Your scepter is tipped with the moon. Your robe spreads across the Milky Way. Your throne is the dome of the cosmos encircled with a thousand rainbows. Your eyes sparkle like stars, your laughter is like the thunder, your tears like raindrops, your touch like billowy clouds gliding across the sky. Oh, my Lord. I love you, adore you, worship you.
In the Hebrew, “fear” is yirah. It means to revere. Psalm 111:9 (KJV) says, “Holy and reverend is His name,” not somebody else’s name. Some preachers say, “Well, I’m honoring God when I add ‘Reverend’ to my name.” Really?
We are told to hold fast to God. Hold fast to Reverend God, and he will hold fast to you.
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