Oh, how I love Your law! It is my meditation all the day. Psalm 119:97
The Bible has always been a part of Michelle Borchardt’s life. As a child she memorized Bible verses as she walked to school, and after reciting the books of the Bible at church, she received a Bible of her very own. When Michelle’s grandmother passed away, she inherited her Bible. Over the years she read and studied it so much that the Bible needed to be rebound.
But when Michelle found out how much it would cost to repair her grandmother’s Bible, she decided to do something else with the money. After a friend told her about the needs of Bible translators worldwide, Michelle made a donation so that others could have God’s Word in their own language. Her grandmother’s Bible is still not repaired, but she says, “I can still read it this way, right here [on my dining room table].”
God’s Word has the power to change our life and the lives of our family members and others around the world. But for change to occur, we must dedicate ourselves to the faithful reading and studying of Scripture. Open God’s Word and allow it to transform your life!
To know the Bible is to know God. Michelle Borchardt
 Stephanie Hills, “The Legacy of a Well-Loved Bible,” Wycliffe Bible Translators, August 1, 2022.
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