Today’s Promise

November 16, 2021

God’s Word Keeps Me From Sin

Your word I have treasured in my heart, That I may not sin against You.
Psalm 119:11

God’s Word

The Word of God is the foundation of the Christian life. God’s Word (the Bible) gives us an understanding of God, the teachings of Jesus, and instructions on how to live the Christian life. 

The Bible says that our faith is developed by hearing the Word of God. (Romans 10:17) By reading and listening to God’s Word, we develop a better understanding of who we are and who God is.

God’s Powerful Word

However, something powerful happens when you put God’s Word into your heart. The Psalmist describes it as treasuring God’s Word.

As you read, study, and memorize God’s Word, it transforms your thinking, your attitudes, and even how you live.

The more you place God’s Word in your life, the more His Word works to make you more like Jesus. As you “treasure” or make God’s Word a priority in your life, His Word renews your mind and keeps you from sin.

As you think on God’s Word throughout your day, the Holy Spirit begins to renew and transform your mind. God’s Word begins to change your thinking. God’s thoughts become your thoughts. His Word becomes your word.

As you focus on God’s Word, it becomes your guiding blueprint for living. The Bible says in 2 Timothy 3:16 that God’s Word will teach, correct, and train you. 

God’s Word Changes You

The more you allow God’s Word to become a part of your life, the more His Word shows you how to line up your life with His Word. As this happens, you become more aware of sin, and its consequences in your life. God’s Word becomes a guide that shows you where you stepped off the path and how to get back to all God has for you.

The great American Evangelist Dwight L. Moody once said, “The Bible will keep you from sin, and sin will keep you from the Bible.”

As you place God’s Word deep in your heart, it transforms your thinking and living. It keeps you from sin and gives you strength when tempted. When you do sin, it shows you how to get back with the Lord. 

The Psalmist and Dwight Moody were right. The more you treasure God’s Word in your heart, the more you will walk in purity and obedience before the Lord.

Look at that promise again.

Your word I have treasured in my heart, That I may not sin against You. – Psalm 119:11

Make these confessions.

  • As I treasure God’s Word, it renews my mind.
  • When I read and study God’s Word, it strengthens my faith.
  • God’s Word shows me when I sin and how to get right with God.
  • As I treasure God’s Word in my heart, it keeps me from sin.

In Jesus name,

As you allow God’s Word to go deep into your heart, it transforms your life and keeps you from sin.

It’s hard to believe, but there is only about 6 weeks left in this year. As you begin planning your year end giving, I hope you will keep this ministry in mind. In January we begin “Praying for Pastor.” Our goal is to engage 10,000 churches to spend 31 days praying for their pastor. I believe as never before, our pastors need our prayer support. This will be the biggest project we have attempted, and we need your help to stand with us. CLICK HERE to make your gift. You can also mail your support to The Daily Promise, PO Box 820505, Fort Worth, TX 76182. Thank you for your prayer and support.

How has God given you victory over sin? (Share your thoughts in the comments below)


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  1. Omer Hughes November 16, 2021 at 8:09 am - Reply

    Amen! Studying the Bible and hearing the Daily Promise keeps me focused on God Jesus.

  2. Sameer February 11, 2022 at 11:58 pm - Reply

    God’s word has been instrumental in keeping me from Sin.His Grace and mercy be over me for ever and ever Amen.Thank You.Thank You.Thank You.

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