All Scripture is breathed out by God and profitable for teaching, for reproof, for correction, and for training in righteousness, (2 Timothy 3:16 ESV)

Have you ever felt like God has quit speaking?

Maybe sermons are losing their impact? Or times of genuine worship are growing more scarce, and overall, you’re coasting on spiritual memories and past times? Whatever the reason, there are seasons we feel alone.

If you feel this way, consider looking deeper into your Bible.

The Bible was faithfully recorded by inspired men from all walks of life, who lived across three continents and compiled the texts over a period of fifteen hundred years.

God spoke then through Scripture, and He is still speaking through it now.

When we neglect to meet God in the words He preserved for us, we lose our bearing in life and He seems distant. However, God hasn’t moved, and He is still speaking to us through the Bible.

Remember; it’s not just a book with worn-out phrases, rather, it’s a treasure house of truth that’s living and active. The Bible is a fountain of living water and is intended to be our prime source of strength.

Pick it up, dust it off, and draw near to the God who speaks still.

Approach Scripture with the understanding that God still speaks to us every time we read His words.

Today’s devotion by Jordan Loftis, author of two bestselling books, Today We Win and The Men With Bare Feet, host of The Bible Better Podcast, and editor of Short Daily Devotions.