Heard of word of the day?
This is word of the post.
Bloggers post, it’s what they do. They sometimes use new and interesting words unheard of. They should. Bloggers are inspired writers; writers use words, so bloggers should use new words.
I will post a new word EVERY WEDNESDAY.
Beleaguer is my fifth word of the post.
According to Dictionary.com, beleaguer is to surround or beset, as with troubles or military force. I’m going to give it a whirl and use it in a meaningful way.
In the Biblical account of Joshua and the city of Jericho, Joshua’s men beleaguered the city walls which came tumbling down with the sound of horns.
I love this sentence because it grants me the opportunity to state that I believe God’s word is more vibrant and powerful than simple childhood fables. It’s exciting and miraculous… it’s truth.
Trust in God’s word, read His word, and the walls around your heart will soften… and come down.
Genesis 12:6 “By faith the walls of Jericho fell down, after they were compassed about seven days.” (King James)
– Brook Joy