#WhyBible – Tune Your Instrument

As mentioned in the previous blog post, I (DeAnna) spent a day recently at a Beth Moore Simulcast and the focus was Symphony.  The first-violin player is the concertmaster, meaning all the other instruments are tuned to that player.  As any of us around others learning to play an instrument, being in tune is important for the sound production.

As mentioned in a previous blog, the Bible is our guidebook for life.  Scriptures are our visible concertmaster.  We are to tune our instruments using Scriptures as the tune we are to be in harmony with.  We can’t play beautiful music if we are out of tune.  So how can we tune our instruments, by spending time in God’s Word – The Bible – Scriptures.

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One Response to #WhyBible – Tune Your Instrument

  1. Pop-pop says:

    I oculdn’t agree more. And I can’t help but wonder why we who call ourselves “people of the book” spend so little time in it. A good reminder for me to get in (and keep in) tune.

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