Scripture Memorization Challenge

Want more of Gods' Word in your heart and on your mind? Take the challenge! In the summer of 2020 I watched a YouTube video about Bible memorization. The memorization of entire books of the Bible to be exact. I was very impressed and inspired. The bible teacher was Susan J. Heck, and she has... Continue Reading →

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VOW: Faithfulness – Lamentations 3:23b

Verse of the Week ...Great is Thy faithfulness.Lamentations 3:23b Four little words. So much comfort! These words were spoken by Jeremiah — the weeping prophet. Acknowledging the great faithfulness of the LORD (Yehovah) brought hope and comfort to him when he recalled this truth during dark times (the destruction of the Temple and Jerusalem because... Continue Reading →

Is Your Bible Making You FAT?

It should. F.A.T. = Faithful, Available, Teachable. Faithfulness, availability, and teachableness are important qualities in a disciple. Disciples are faithful to follow their teacher or mentor, they make themselves available to the schedule and calling of the teacher, and are willing to adopt the teaching of their mentor. As you read your bible (your true... Continue Reading →

VOW: Out of Bondage – Micah 6:4

Verse of the Week: Indeed, I brought you up from the land of Egypt and ransomed you from the house of bondage (slavery)...Micah 6:4a Recently, in the weekly Bible study I attend online, we were discussing the Pentateuch - the first five books of the Bible. The main story in this part of the Bible... Continue Reading →

VOW: Spread the Word – Luke 2:17-18

Verse of the Week: When they had seen him, they spread the word concerning what had been told them about this child, and all who heard it were amazed at what the shepherds said to them.Luke 2:17-18 The first evangelists were shepherds. Not fancy, learned Rabbis. Not well-dressed priests. But the guys who raised the... Continue Reading →

VOW: He Will Save — Matthew 1:21

Verse of the Week: And she will bring forth a Son, and you shall call His name Jesus, for He will save His people from their sins.”Matthew 1:21 This week’s verse is one of the most recognizable verses in the Advent story. But, have you ever wondered why the angel Gabriel’s statement, “He will save... Continue Reading →

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