Scripture Searcher

The 2021-2022 Booklet

When Lot had to choose a direction for his life, he “lifted up his eyes, and beheld all the plain of Jordan, that it was well watered every where.” His gaze revealed what he truly valued, and it's not long until we see the end result and find him pitching his tent toward Sodom. When Peter was walking on the water, he took his eyes off the Lord, and was distracted by the storm around him. He “saw the wind boisterous”; he grew scared and began to doubt; and he started to sink. The two on the road to Emmaus were looking, figuratively, at “the things which are come to pass.” This had so discouraged them that they had left the other disciples behind and they were travelling away from Jerusalem; and it had so distracted their vision that even when the Lord himself walked with them, they were blinded to who He was.

The theme for the Scripture Searchers this year is “Sight” – the things that we see and focus on, and how they affect our lives. The enemy of our souls would like nothing better than to draw our focus back to the things of this world, and to defile, distract, and discourage us through the things that we see. It's only by actively turning our eyes away from this world, and by focusing on our Lord and on His things, that we can begin to see the things of this world in their proper perspective.

Let us each be found making time in our lives for the Word of God. May we never be so distracted by the world around us that we lose sight of that which is truly important.

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