During this Thanksgiving season, as is the custom, I’ve taken some time to consider what it is I’m thankful for. There are the obvious things. I’m thankful for Jesus Christ who died for me, I’m thankful for family, friends, etc.
But digging a little deeper, I’d have to say, I’m very thankful for the faithful men and women who died throughout history to translate the Holy Scriptures into the common tongue.
After all, think about it, how many of us would be able to be instructed by God’s Word if, in order to do so, we had to read that Word in Hebrew, Aramaic, Greek, or Latin? I know I wouldn’t.