Saturday, November 14th, 2009
"Not one word out of all the good words that Jehovah your God has spoken to you has failed." (Joshua 23:14)
When Moses was about to lead the nation of Israel out of Egyptian captivity, Jehovah identified himself using the expression: “I shall prove to be what I shall prove to be.” (Exodus 3:13-15) This implied that Jehovah would become whatever was necessary for him to become in order to carry out his purposes in regard to his chosen people. The Israelites thus came to know Jehovah in the roles of Savior, Warrior, Provider, and Fulfiller of promises and in other capacities. (Exodus 15:2, 3; 16:2-5) As our Bible students grow in faith and in appreciation for what they learn and as they begin to apply it, they will doubtless see the need to lean on Jehovah for courage, wisdom, and guidance. As they do so, they too will come to know Jehovah in the roles of a wise and trusted Counselor, Protector, and generous Provider of all their needs.—Psalm 55:22; 63:7; Proverbs 3:5, 6.
(Watchtower issue: 01/15/08, 2:14, 15)