Printed on Our Hearts


Printed on Our Hearts[Sept.14,2020]


Bind them on your fingers; write them on the tablet of your heart.Proverbs 7:3

Also Read Proverbs 7:1–5(NIV)

When Johannes Gutenberg combined the printing press with moveable type in 1450, he ushered in the era of mass communications in the West, spreading learning into new social realms. Literacy increased across the globe and new ideas produced rapid transformations in social and religious contexts. Gutenberg produced the first-ever printed version of the Bible. Prior to this, Bibles were painstakingly hand-copied, taking scribes up to a year to produce.

For centuries since, the printing press has provided people like you and me the privilege of direct access to Scripture. While we also have electronic versions available to us, many of us often hold a physical Bible in our hands because of his invention. What was once inaccessible given the sheer cost and time to have a Bible copied is readily at our fingertips today.

Having access to God’s truth is an amazing privilege. The writer of Proverbs indicates we should treat His instructions to us in the Scriptures as something to be cherished, as “the apple of [our] eye” (Proverbs 7:2) and to write His words of wisdom on “the tablet of [our] heart” (v. 3). As we seek to understand the Bible and live according to its wisdom, we, like scribes, are drawing God’s truth from our “fingers” down into our hearts, to be taken with us wherever we go.


  • How has having Scripture stored in your heart benefitted you?
  • How can you begin to internalize more of God’s wisdom?


Loving God, help me to know Your Word intimately that I might live in the way You desire.

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2 thoughts on “Printed on Our Hearts

  1. Thank you Pastor for todays message…Really Word of God has transformed my Life… God is Great…He literally speaks to us through His Word🙏


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