Memorizing the Bible

Memorize the Bible

Why Memorize Scripture?

God speaks to us through His Word and the Holy Bible is His word. By reading the Bible everyday, we get to know more about God and what He wants for our lives. We find peace, comfort, courage and instructions. The better we know and understand the Scriptures, the better we can know and understand God.

Resist Temptation

Psalm 119:11
11  Your word I have hidden in my heart, That I might not sin against You!

Satan works by telling lies disguised as truth. When he tempted Jesus in the wilderness, Jesus didn’t argue with Satan, He quoted Scripture.

Success and Prosperity

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The Easter Story Revisited

They shamed his mother at his conception.
They sent her to the animals to give birth.
They killed hundreds of children trying to kill him.
All before he was 2 years old.

He was just a simple carpenter until he left home to teach.
He had no possessions, no job, no home, no place to stay.
He lived his life for others asking nothing in return.
He taught his people how to love God, and to love others more than themselves.
He consoled them, he fed them and he healed them of their sickness.
He loved them and forgave them of their sins and crimes.
He restored sight to the blind and He raised their dead.
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Resurrection Day

They shamed his mother at his conception.
They sent her to the animals to give birth.
They killed hundreds of children trying to kill him.
All before he was 2 years old.

He was just a simple carpenter until he left home to teach.
He had no possessions, no job, no home, no place to stay.
He lived his life for others asking nothing in return.
He taught his people how to love God, and to love others more than themselves.
He consoled them, he fed them and he healed them of their sickness.
He loved them and forgave them of their sins and crimes.
He restored sight to the blind and He raised their dead.
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Athiest vs Christian View on Life

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God Uses a Retarded Boy

When I was just a teen, I lived down the street from a retarded boy named Roy. I was friends of the family so it is not surprising that I saw him often at home and outside at play. Back then, he was just another one of the kids in the neighborhood to me, certainly nothing special.

Years later, I remembered that retarded boy. But what I remember was how he was happy all the time. People mocked him and his family, but the harassment rolled off him like water on a duck’s back. If he did get frustrated or bothered, a few minutes later, it was all over and he was back to his happy self again.
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Our Hope

For there is hope of a tree, if it be cut down, that it will sprout again,
and that the tender branch thereof will not cease.
(Job 14:7 KJV)

Every day we are tempted to sin and our faith is tested. Some days it is small, mostly harmless like stepping into a shallow mud puddle. But, sometimes we fall into a pit of quicksand and there is no answer to our cries for help. And there we are, wondering if God, Himself, has turned his back on us.

As we question God, our faith fades, and hope quickly follows. Intentional suicide is always the result of no more hope. So, how do you keep your faith when it looks like God has given up on you?

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