Memory Verse Monday

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Last week I read a post from my blog friend Susan about Memory Verse Monday…I thought…that’s great but I already do a Monday posting for the cover to cover Bible reading…this would be too much.

Today, I went to Susan’s site and read what the Lord had done this past week as a result of her hiding God’s Word in her heart and life.  I felt prompted but not enough to dip more than my toe in the water.

I wrote an email to a friend and as I was describing an area of trust that I want to have victory in…a verse from my time with the Lord the day before came back…now what was the complete verse?  Where was the verse located?  Thankfully I had written it in my journal as a remembrance…it had been a powerful verse to me last year as well.

So you guessed…I am desiring to hide more of God’s Word in my heart…will you pray for me?!

These are my verses for this week:

“Surely he will never be shaken;
a righteous man will be remembered forever.
He will have no fear of bad news;
his heart is steadfast trusting in the LORD.
His heart is secure, he will have no fear;
in the end he will look in triumph on his foes.”
Psalm 112: 6-8

Thank you Susan for the example and for linking me to Karen at Karen’s Ramblings so I could sign up as well.

Have a blessed day…however you achieve it….take some time to hide God’s Word in your heart…I for one, am dusting off my spiral bound index cards right now!

Helen

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3 thoughts on “Memory Verse Monday

  1. Thank you for joining in! I’ve enjoyed having a look at your blog. This Memory Verse really encouraged me. Often I do have a fear of possible bad news (pretty random) and just reading this afresh was awesome.

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  2. Wow Helen, girl! What great verses God has showed you. I too don’t know if I’ll be able to participate every Monday (I’m trying to do alittle less blogging and alittle more housework), but I am going to be intentional about Bible memory. Now isn’t it so cool how God brought to mind a verse that you had been reading in your daily Bible reading? Wonderful! I love the part about the heart of someone who trusts, it’s steadfast and secure. What peace and victory we have in Jesus! Thank you for your constant encouragement and friendship.

    Much love,
    Susan

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  3. Oh Susan, how I can relate to what you wrote about the housework woes…this year God has really met me in that area and as I am consistent even in small things actually that is what I have learned from the Home Sanctuary blog…it has made huge dividends in my life. My home is not magazine perfect but it is a sanctuary more than it is a cluttered mess…and I find that it has a ripple effect…others seem to just automatically pitch in…without prompting…now if that is anything short of miraculous…but I think so much of it is my attitude…we moms…we set the tone of our homes…whether we like it or not…it is our calling our gift and hopefully it is always pointing in the right direction.

    Bless you my friend,

    Helen

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