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The Impact of Scripture & Basic Quiche

Proverbs 30:5 (erv)

You can trust this: Every word that God speaks is true. God is a safe place for those who go to him

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I think that questioning the authenticity and truthfulness of Scripture comes all too easily, unfortunately. There’s been times that I’ve been in front of my Bible, reading the absolute truth, yet questioning every word of it. There’s been times I’ve read one thing and believed or done the exact opposite.

The truth is that even though Scripture is true and reliable, our human minds have trouble digesting it more often than not. We’re used to living in a world where not everyone is reliable. We’re used to questioning what we read and hear; taking things with a grain of salt.

But building a strong faith and trust in the Lord begins with believing in His Word. Today, we’re taking a look at a devotional plan from bible.com called The Impact of Scripture by Life.Church. Our focus will be on Day 4, Scripture is Reliable, but as always, the whole plan is incredible.

It includes a dedicated prayer that you can use and you can make it your own if you choose. Below, you’ll find the content from the devotional, and you can access the whole plan through any of the links in this post or by visiting the “plans” section of bible.com.

“Scripture is reliable. 

Many claims have been made over the years that the Bible isn’t really what it says it is. It’s not really God’s Word. It has errors. It contradicts itself. It’s out-of-date and irrelevant. It can’t really be trusted. Yet the Bible marches forward through history continuing to be the most influential book of all time. 

There’s one way you can know for yourself that the Bible is reliable. Dig in. Read it for yourself. Study to see if what you’re being told about it lines up with what God says to you through it. Don’t just read through some blog that attempts to discredit the Bible by picking pieces out of context and holding them up as evidence for disbelief. Go through the Bible for yourself. See if the power and authority of God’s voice doesn’t begin to come through clearly for you. 

Ask God to help you trust Him even through the tough parts that seem so opposed to our modern cultural mores or assumptions. When you come across a passage where God seems different from your ideas about Him, ask Him to help you trust in His complex and completely divine nature. God makes many promises to us in His Word. One of them is that those who seek Him will find Him when they seek Him with all their heart. So use the Bible to seek to know Him. Rather than challenge your faith, it can become a shield that protects and strengthens your faith. 

Talk to God: Sovereign God, You are so much more than I can comprehend. You are even so much more than any book can fully display. Help me seek You through Your Word. Help me to trust You as I come to accept the reliability of the Bible. Help my trust and faith in You grow as I study and explore Your written Word. In Jesus’ name, amen.” (The Impact of Scripture by Life.Church)

6 • 1/6th Recipe

Basic Quiche

5 minPrep Time

40 minCook Time

45 minTotal Time

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Ingredients

  • 1 refrigerated pie crust
  • 6 eggs
  • 1/4 cup almond milk
  • 6 slices deli ham
  • 1/2 cup shredded cheese
  • salt
  • pepper
  • dried parsley
  • non-stick cooking spray

Instructions

  1. Preheat oven to 350 degrees
  2. Spray a pie pan with non-stick cooking spray and spread pie crust out across pan
  3. Fold pie crust around pan gently so that it takes on the same shape as the pan
  4. Bake for 10 minutes
  5. Dice ham into small pieces
  6. In a bowl, combine eggs, almond milk, cheese, ham, and seasonings
  7. Pour egg mixture into crust and return to oven for 30-40 minutes, or until the entire quiche is cooked through
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Nutrition info is calculated based on using a Pillsbury Refrigerated Pie Crust.

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