To keep ourselves saturated in God’s Word this summer, a few of us are joining together in Scripture memory. Every two weeks, we choose a new verse and share it here. I would be honoured to have you join me. Even if you’re brand new here, you can start today!
Wondering exactly how to do this mediation and memorization (m & m) thing? Check out the first M & M post.
How did you do with your memory verse these past two weeks?
If you joined in last time, tell us how you did. Try writing your verse in the comments – from memory. Don’t worry if you don’t quite have it down! Remember, even as you work on new verses, you continue to practice the previous ones. And if you chose a larger passage of Scripture, you just might need to stay focused on that one for the whole month.
Here’s my last verse, from memory (hopefully I’ve got it down; I was a little lax in my practicing!): If God has been generous with you, He will expect you to serve Him well. If He has been more than generous, He will expect you to serve Him even better. ~Luke 12:48b (CEV). (Okay, confession, I had to look at my index card to remember where in the Bible this verse came from! I had James in my head.)
Which passage of Scripture are you going to tackle for the next two weeks?
Because I’m preparing for She Speaks, and have been very focused on my writing and speaking these days, I have chosen 1 Peter 4:11:
If anyone speaks, he should do it as one speaking the very words of God. If anyone serves, he should do it with the very strength God provides, so that in all things God may be praised through Jesus Christ. To Him be the glory and power forever and ever. Amen.