Seeds of Truth – Isaiah 58:11
The Lord will guide you always; he will satisfy your needs in a sun-scorched land
and will strengthen your frame. You will be like a well-watered garden,
like a spring whose waters never fail.
Isaiah 58:11, NIV (1984)
How does God guide you? How have you seen Him guide you in the past? How did He satisfy your needs when you were in a sun-scorched land? What did that “land” look like? How did He strengthen you as you went through it? How did you see God turn your life into a well-watered garden? How did He pour His water into your life and show you that He never fails?
How can you use this verse in your writing?
- What stories can you tell in a personal experience article? What anecdotes can you use as an introduction to a nonfiction article?
- What tips and insights can you offer in a how-to article?
- How can you use this verse in fiction?
- How can you use this verse in poetry?
- How can you use this verse in a devotion?
- Do you know someone who’s lived out this verse? Can you interview them? What kind of personality profile can you write on them?
- How can you use this verse in writing for children?
- How can you apply this verse to marriage issues, parenting issues, financial issues, emotional health, spiritual health, physical health, work issues, relationship and family issues, singleness, senior issues, etc.
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