What Goes In Must Come Out

April 29th, 2017

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Psalm 19:7-14

The acronym, GIGO, is computer science terminology for the phrase, “garbage in, garbage out,” implying that bad input will result in bad output. Nowhere is this as true as when it applies to our personal Scripture intake.

It has been said that a car mechanic wouldn’t be a car mechanic if such an individual did not implicitly know the details of car repair. Nor would a doctor be considered a doctor if the medical knowledge wasn’t there. So then, why isn’t biblical knowledge always given a high priority in our lives?

My wife enjoys teaching Bible verses to children using rhyme, rhythm, and music. Body movement is associated with her method of Bible memorization. This has made a lasting impression. You would be amazed at the number of young adults who come to her years later still reciting those verses with the accompanying actions! Bible intake doesn’t have to be boring, but it has to happen.

The psalmist expresses the joy and value of knowing God’s Word. He is convinced that he a better person for it.

Author: Rob Reardon


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