The Weaving Word

Weaving together the threads that make up my passion for the written word…as an author, editor, and follower of The Word.


This came up as my daily Bible verse, and it really reminded me why staying in the Word is so important. 

“All Scripture is breathed out by God and profitable for teaching, for reproof, for correction, and for training in righteousness, that the man of God may be competent, equipped for every good work.”  – 2 Timothy 3:16-17

That Bible we hold so casually in our hands is truth, breathed by an amazing God.  What a privilege!  Reading and studying it shouldn’t be a chore, but an honor to be grateful for.  There is no better guide for our lives, and no other book can feed our minds and souls like the Bible.  Thank you God for giving us such a beautiful and wondrous treasure as your word.


About weavingword

Allison D. Reid is a Christian Fantasy author with a fondness for Medieval history. Her first published series, the Wind Rider Chronicles, embraces traditional fantasy elements but is also infused with deeper spiritual themes. The first two books in the series, "Journey to Aviad" and "Ancient Voices: Into the Depths" can be found at Amazon and other online book retailers. "Journey to Aviad" is now FREE. Visit to learn more.

One comment on “Perspective…

  1. Frank Rowe
    June 28, 2013

    Especially the words of Jesus himself are the most important words for following and loving and devotion to and for ourselves and others. Jesus gave so many illustrations that need more focus to really follow and know what humility truly is. True humility as Jesus taught it, showed we follow trusting that God is wiser, greater, and knows more about life than those of us who feel content with our house, our spouse, our children, our success which we have and how we have received it. Jesus said we would have more, if we would just follow to learn of him, both, in this present time and in heaven and for God’s sake, following would bring us to heaven . This was for the sake of God’s kingdom, his idea to exalt us. He said he would exalt those who are humble( or think less of their own powers). We can’t be raised higher than heaven! Thank you for your thoughts on the Word of God!


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