Verse of the Day

Matthew 23:20
Whoso therefore shall swear by the altar, sweareth by it, and by all things thereon.
Reflections On The Scripture: When we make a vow, especially before God's altar, it is not just a commitment to an act or a task, but it encompasses all that we are and all that we will be. This verse indicates the gravity of swearing by His altar - it's not just the physical structure one is tying oneself to, but it implies swearing by everything it represents - faith, devotion, sacrifice, and divine presence. When we swear by the altar, we acknowledge that every part of our life is interconnected, our blessings and our tribulations, our victories and our hardships, are all under His thoughtful gaze. It reminds us to live by our words and choices with the same faith and reverence as one would approach the divine altar. God asks for integrity in our faith and a heart fully committed - when we promise, we should do so with the entirety of our being.

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