Straight to the HeartBible verses can help you study and memorize God’s Word. What’s the latest verse that you underlined?
It’s hard to believe that a new decade is here! What’s one thing you want to work on this year? You’ve heard the common resolutions: more gym time, healthier eating or spending more time with family and friends. What’s your number one resolution?
“John 9:4. It tells me that if I don’t work for God now, then I will miss out and die not working for the Lord.”Leslie, 18
“Romans 8:1, NIV: ‘Therefore, there is now no condemnation for those who are in Christ Jesus…’ I love this verse! It tells me guilt cannot stand in the way of what Jesus wants to do in and through us. Many times, we allow the weight of guilt and shame to become our identity, but our identity is only found in the atoning work of Jesus!”Larry, 30
“Psalm 23:1 says, ‘The Lord is my shepherd, I shall not want.’ It is so very important to me because I know that God is always going to be with me in all of my days and that Jesus is my Savior.”Damonick, 23
“Psalm 78:4 (NIV). This verse reminds me to spread His Message—especially to the younger generation. They want to learn, and they might have something to teach you.”Olivia, 23
“Luke 24: 46-47. I read this verse around the Christmas season and underlined it because, in my view, Jesus tells of the importance of His death and resurrection in one verse (47) as told in Scripture (46). What a beautiful verse it is too.”Alex, 22
“Exodus 17:8-16. This is a scene where Moses is preparing the Israelites for battle. Aaron and Hur were with him, one on either side, and held up his arms for the salvation of the people.”John, 28
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