We were visiting with a younger couple, sitting out on their deck.

I asked the guy if he had a newspaper.

He said, “That’s OLD stuff. You need to join the 21st century.
Here, use my I-Pad.”

Well, I’ll tell ya,.....
That bloody fly didn’t know what hit it!

Jer 6:16
Thus saith the LORD, Stand ye in the ways, and see, and ask for the old paths, where is the good way,
and walk therein, and ye shall find rest for your souls. But they said, We will not walk therein.

Sometimes “older” is BETTER!

Two words of meaning here: “old” and “paths.”

The word “old” is translated from the Hebrew ‘owlam, which means:
continual, perpetual, or everlasting.

The word “paths” is translated from the Hebrew nathiyb, which means:
marked out, tramped down, beaten track.

If we follow the “old paths,” they are the paths God has beaten down with His own truth, and has established for eternity.
There we will find “the good way!”

God is our Creator (Is. 40:28).
We are sinners all (Rom. 3:23).
But God LOVES us (John 3:16).
The Bible unveils and reveals the truth of Christ (John 8:31-32).
Bible study is imperative to know Christ our Creator and Savior (Rev. 1:1).
God exemplified His love by coming in the Person of Christ to pay for our sins (Rom. 5:8).
The only way we can be restored to a right relationship with God is through surrender to Christ (Luke 9:23)(John 14:6).
When we genuinely seek His forgiveness, He gives it (1John 1:9).
Prayer is an living attitude, not a once-a-day muttering (1Thess. 5:17).
Bible study is imperative to know Christ our Creator and Savior (Rev. 1:1).
When we receive Christ we are made new creatures from the inside out (2Cor. 5:17).
And, when we receive Christ we receive confidence of His completion of our salvation in eternal glory! (Philippian 1:6)

Don’t refuse to walk in the “old paths!”
It is there, and there alone, you will find the “good way!!”

Love ya!