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TITLE: My Favorite Verse
By Laura Anderson
01/19/10
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I enjoy asking people what their favorite verse in the Bible is and why. The response is as varied as verses in the Bible. If you asked me that when I was a child I would have said John 3:16. And that is a great verse. God loved so He gave what is precious to Him to gain a family. As a child I wanted the reassurance that I was loved.

Many years have past and I've been through miscarriage, divorce, health struggles and family problems. Now I want to know that God can be trusted. If there is no hope for the future then this life is as meaningless as Solomon wrote in Ecclesiastes. In my opinion, nothing is worthwhile; everything is futile (1:2 TLB).

Is everything futile? Is all hope lost? Life is not rosy. I struggle with being kind to those who have hurt me, being friendly when I want to be alone, believing the best in people out of love. . . I need to know God will stick with me when I am at my worst. That I can trust Him to do what He said He would do.

So today my favorite verse is Numbers 23:19 (KJV). God is not a man, that he should lie; neither the son of man, that he should repent: hath he not said, and shall he not do it? or hath he spoken, and shall he not make it good?

Think a moment and answer the question what is your favorite verse and why?
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