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We’ve been hearing from Sunday school pupils and parents about how they’ve used the Memory Work Bible verses.
One Sunday school pupil explained how the Bible verse, Phil 4:13, “I can do all things through Christ which strengthens me,” helped her in a fitness test in PE. “I needed ten more sit ups and I just didn’t see that I had any energy left. It was an extremely hot day and I just wanted to give up. Then I remembered the Bible verse we were working on for the week. I so tuned into the Christ giving me the strength I needed that I quit thinking about doing ten more. I just kept thinking about where my strength was coming from, and then my gym partner said, ‘Stop -- you’ve already past the number you needed.’ I actually did four more sit-ups without thinking about it. I am very grateful for the support of Bible verses.” Jackie age 11
“My husband and daughter and I are using the Memory Work verses as suggested; it's been fun this past week to use the verse as our grace before meals and to think about it in the morning before school. This week's focus on "great faith" will be a wonderful opportunity for the three of us to learn more about what faith is.” Amy from Florida
“I really didn’t think learning Bible verses was a big deal. One day, my friend and I were chasing a snake and got separated from our Boy Scout troop. When we looked around, everyone was gone. We shouted as loud as we could, but no one came. Well, I wasn’t going to cry – but I was scared. I asked Josh what he was doing. He was saying the 23rd Psalm. I wished I knew it, too. He learned it for the God and Country scout badge. I thought it would be nice if we had a shepherd.
Then we saw some people on the path and asked if they had seen our troop. They had and pointed us in the right direction. Before we caught up to them, they were coming back down and we just joined in. I was grateful.” Jarrett, Age 10