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The teaching will keep you.

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I am here listening my itunes playing a pulpit talk that takes my mind travels into time.

Couple of months ago, I cannot recall exactly when, I sat on my regular seat that was on the section, third row from the front on my churchwhen I heard this line for the first time, the teaching will keep you. I remembered that I did not understand what my favorite speaker meant at that time.Well, not until last week.

Last week was my lamest week that I can remember. I was at my lowest point in life. I even reached the very bottom of my consciousness that I burst out not only in tears but also in wrath. To top of it, I did that twice. Sometime at that condition, I crossed over a pile of CDs which I realized now were pulpit talks CDs, of my favourite speaker. Unknowingly, I just played off some of them. And to my realize I felt encouraged and helped. It was as if he spoke for me for the first time. It was as if I heard him for the first time. It was so fresh for my soul that I became stronger and stronger in faith to Him.  And the next thing I know, I felt better. I felt so much better.

And again it troubled me, the teaching will keep you. And suddenly it became crystal clear. I completely understood what he meant by saying it.

It is actually very simple. When you keep yourself in the right teaching then the teaching will keep you. When you keep on listening the Word of God, when you keep on studying It, The Truth that The Word planted in your heart soaked into your soul so deep that at your lowest time, It will rise up to rise you up. It will keep you without you realizing it from doing the wrong thing that you could possibly do. It will keep you from the worst that you could even imagine.

Yes, the teaching does keep us. So, if when we cannot understand the teaching at the first time we heard it, it would not be a problem. It will be in our heart and, by the help of The Holy Spirit, it will soak in. His words never go in vain.

Now, as we get ready for Sunday, make every effort to be in the house of The Lord, make every effort to get the right teaching of The Word. Remember, the teaching will keep you. Happy Sunday! 🙂

Written by Vallaura

July 17, 2011 at 12:36 AM

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  1. thanks for the words of wisdom.


    Mr.Tod A.Parker

    July 17, 2011 at 5:41 PM

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