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Lyla Belle King is the youngest reporter on staff at The Missions Tribune. She writes in each edition about life through the eyes a young devout Christian girl. She sets an example of how to always stand for Christ - no matter what!
How are you? How was your break? I hope everyone stayed safe and continues to stay safe! Did you eat or drink anything today? If not, definitely go get something! Today’s word of the day is Nourish. According to the app “Word of the Day,” it means “To keep (a feeling or belief) in one's mind, typically for a long time; to provide with the food that is necessary for life.” We can continue to Nourish our beliefs in God by reading our bible and praying! Now, for what we are going to talk about today. Today, I wanted to talk to you about the bible app.
The bible app is on most mobile devices including Apple and Android products. But, if you have a computer you can access it by going to Google, and typing in Bible.com. It should be the first option. Click that and you are set. The Bible app is free and is available in over a thousand different languages! One of my favorite things about the Bible app is, on mobile devices, you can choose to let the app send you notifications. The notifications will either give you a verse of the day or reminds you if you’ve set a daily devotional, which I’ll get into later.
There are many, many different features on The Bible App. Like I said earlier you can set daily devotional. All you have to do is, at the bottom, there’s a checkmark that says plans. Click that then at the top press “Find plans”. There you can find countless devotions. Click on the plan that interests you and hit “Start plan”. From there you can choose to do the plan by yourself or with someone. I’m currently doing two plans! One plan is with my Mom and one with my Grammy. The two devotions I'm doing are called “Confident Mom, Confident Daughters” By Maria Furlough. And “Forgiving what you can’t forget.” That’s just one amazing feature of the app.
Thank you for reading. I really appreciate it! As always, I’m praying for you and Jesus loves you so much! So much, we can’t even describe his love in words. I hope, if you try it, that you like the Bible App. I love it so much. You take your phone everywhere and now you can have your bible everywhere too! I love doing devotions with my family! My Grammy and I even did two in one day!
This is Lyla Bell, signing out!