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        John in the Bible says to abide in the Word (the Bible). noted: “Words the Bible uses besides “abide” (1 John 2:14) include “meditate” (Psalm 1:2, Joshua 1:8), “dwell” (Colossians 3:16), “bind” (Deuteronomy 6:7), “receive” and “search” (Acts 17:11), “hide” (Ps. 119:11), and, “hold fast” (1 Corinthians 15:2).”
        We start to abide in God’s Word by reading His Word daily. It is a vital daily habit for quitting. Second, we meditate on His Word. Today I meditated on Bible verses about strength and love. I have several one-page printouts of key topics that I keep with my Bible.
        Third, we dwell on certain passages to achieve goals. I have spent a lot of time dwelling on Psalm One. It tells us how to start being blessed. I have dwelled on a lot of passages that tell us what we need to do to be blessed.
        Fourth, to bind is to make a full obligation to do things God’s way. This full commitment leads to freedom.
        Fifth, to receive and search. We commit to solving today’s problems (and every day’s problems) by searching for Spiritual answers. We search here at this site, we search for Bible verses on the problem, and, we search at Google. For example, if anger is today’s issue, you can search in Google, “anger, Christian.” You will get a bunch of ideas about how to solve “Today’s” problem in a Godly way. Or better yet, search “verses, anger.”
        When you “always” abide in the Word, you will “always” make progress.
        Make the Bible your consistent guide. It always leads to freedom.

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