What Is Your Bible Worth To You?

bible.jpgToday on Crosstalk my guest will be my dear friend in the Lord, Sherry Goodwin. She will be telling the amazing true story of a young girl named Mary Jones. What this Welsh girl did because of her love for the Scriptures ended up impacting a world for the Lord. This is a Crosstalk that is highly recommended for children as well as adults. We will be offering a little book entitled, Mary Jones and Her Bible. This is a perfect gift for children because the Bible is our perfect gift from the Lord. Today Bibles often collect dust in Christian homes. I hope the story of little Mary Jones will inspire us to love God’s Word more than we do. The program airs at 2pm Central Time. You can listen to the show live at our website or listen to the podcast later.

7 thoughts on “What Is Your Bible Worth To You?

  1. Debra says:

    BIBLE ( Basic Instructions Before Leaving Earth).

    It is also a love letter to me from the Lord.
    He let’s me know of His neverending love for me in His word.
    He let’s me know when He is upset with my actions in His word.
    He let’s me know about judgement in my choices if I make ones not of Him.
    He let’s me know how to have mercy, grace, and compassion.
    He let’s me know how to take the narrow path.
    He let’s me know that I cannot make it with everyday life without His word.
    He let’s me have healing by what He has said in His word.
    If you notice, I say He let’s.
    He let’s me have the privilege to read that word.
    One day soon He will no longer let me read that word.
    For He will come for me and that word will be in person.
    I thank Him for giving me time to read and learn from His word.
    What a blessing He let me have!

  2. Elizabeth says:

    Thank you Ingrid for this show! Please tell Sherry how much her reading was appreciated. You could hear the tender love for our Lord and his Word in her voice. I have no elder christian sister here, so I love to hear such examples. What a treasure she must be to those around her.

    God Bless you both!

  3. Abigail says:

    Hey, Elizabeth: Thank you for the sweet comment here. I was so blessed by reading and having the opportunity to present this story in several different ways. Please take a look at itsabigail.com and you can see more there. . .we are just part of the family of God and there is something for each one of us to do! Blessings to you!

  4. Cheryl says:

    I, too, was blessed by listening to Crosstalk today! I had to be in my car for an extended period of time today (unusual), and so was able to hear the entire story. I will be ordering a copy of the book for a read-aloud for my family, as well as some extra copies to give as gifts. What an inspiring–and humbling–story!

  5. Sherry says:

    Cheryl: What a marvelous investment in truth and the love of God to share with others! Thanks for listening in today. . .this has been such a special story in my own life every time I read it.

  6. Ingrid Schlueter says:

    I apologize for the delay in fixing the situation. We have a new web guy who is working on it today. It shouldn’t have taken this long. Please check back soon.

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