God's Word

Scripture Passage: Revelation 10:9-10a

In the Old Testament, the Psalmist says how he loves to meditate on God's words and that God's words are sweeter than honey to his mouth. In Revelation, when the angel told John to grasp and fully digest the words of the scroll it was like bad news in his stomach. But God's eternal purposes will be the good news - the gospel, which is sweeter than honey.

1. What did God ask the angel for?
The scroll or God's word.
2. What did the angel tell John to do?
To eat it, meaning to meditate on it.
3. What did the scroll taste like to John?
It was sweeter than honey.

Memory verse: Psalm 119:103
How sweet are your words to my taste; they are sweeter than honey. (NLT)

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