God has spoken by his Word, and we are encouraged to read and meditate on it.
In Deuteronomy, Moses tells the Israelites that God’s commandments should be on their hearts, impressed upon their children, talked about when sitting at home and when walking along the road, tied as symbols on their hands and foreheads, written on the doorframes of their houses and more (Deuteronomy 6:4-9).
The Psalms begin with a declaration of blessing to the one whose delight is in the law of the LORD, and who meditates on his law day and night (Psalm 1:1-2).  The longest chapter in the Bible is an extended meditation on the word of God: ‘How can a young person stay on the path of purity?  By living according to your word.’ (Psalm 119:9).
When faced with temptation, Jesus reached for the word of God: ‘Man shall not live on bread alone, but on every word that comes from the mouth of God. (Matt 4:4).
So I want to urge you to read, meditate on and memorise God’s Word. 
As we begin studying the gospel of John – I’m putting out the challenge (and the opportunity) for you to memorise John 1:1-14.  Each week in Church there will be an opportunity for someone to recall these verses by memory in front of the congregation – and if they successfully do so, they’ll win a box of chocolates.
Yours in Christ,