Memory Verse Monday – Week 8
Memory Verse Monday – Week 8
Learning verses with you has been so encouraging and motivating. I can’t believe that little into February we have already learnt 8 verses. Last week I had been sick and was not able to think about anything other than getting better. So I have to admit that I am a little shaky with Week 7’s verse. I know that each of you have your own seasons in life where the time you spend on God’s word can change.
That is why the FREE printable I designed for you will come in handy. All you have to do is print it and put it wherever you will be looking at it more often. This encourages you to recollect the verses you’ve already learnt and work on the ones you are a little behind on. We are leaving no man behind, so if you haven’t signed up for the challenge, do so now and you will get the FREE Memory Verse Challenge printable. I am planning to roll out a printable every 8 weeks, so look forward to that in your inbox.
If you haven’t noticed already, the key verse for Walking in the Word is Psalm 119:103-105. “How sweet are Your words to my taste, Sweeter than honey to my mouth! Through Your precepts I get understanding; Therefore I hate every false way. Your word is a lamp to my feet And a light to my path.”
It is the verse that reminds me how wonderful it is to meditate on God’s words. Every time I learn from the Scriptures it enlightens me and strengthens me in my knowledge and understanding of God and His character. Without His word, I will be lost, traveling my own path, framing my own rules. That’s the reason why His word is compared to a lamp and light. It brightens your path, showing you the next few steps, allowing you to walk in the right path, in God’s path. It is very important to learn and study God’s word so that we can actually walk in them. Now you know the key verse of this blog! Feel free to memorize all 3 verses. But for the challenge we will only be focusing on v105.
Your word is a lamp to my feet And a light to my path. Psalm 119:105
If you’ve signed up for email, you would have received the free printable in your email. If you haven’t, sign up now and you can get all the freebies. Email subscribers also get free lock-screens every week with that week’s verse, so you don’t want to miss those. This week, since we’ve learnt 8 verses, its a great time to pause and refresh the verses in our memory. Print out the sheet and put it inside your Bible or on your refrigerator, wherever you like it and go over the verses again and again. See if you can say them all at ones.
Another great way to use the printable is to make flash cards. I’ve written a post on how to make DIY memory verse flash cards. You can follow that and make flash cards and play with it in your family time.
Let me know in the comments below how you are going to use this week’s printable. I would love to hear your thoughts!
The feature image is courtesy of my brother Dishan Jeremiah.