This is it! It’s our final memory verse.
You guys, we did it! We’ve worked our way through Psalm 34 in 2018. The whole, crazy good Psalm. Just tuck this last, glorious verse into the heart. And that’s it!
I love that this is our last one. Call it a verse of hope and redemption, not condemnation. And honestly, doesn’t it give an Old Testament peek into salvation?
Because memorizing Scripture comes slow to me, I’m still working on holding each of these firm. But that’s okay. My humanity continues to try. And if you’re still repeating, writing, and reciting Psalm 34, that’s okay too. Let’s stay familiar. Find our way around. It’ll get tucked in there if we just keep pressing toward the goal.
Past verses from this year and previous years are on THIS Pinterest board as well as posts concerning methods for memorization. Find past verses also by typing #WORD18, WORD17, or #ScriptureBank16 in the search section below.
Next Year’s Memory Verse Program
What’s in story for memory scriptures next year? Look for more information in December. And as a reminder, you have permission to print all #WORD18 memory verses for your personal use.
Put ’em in a binder. Print and tape them to the bathroom mirror or office wall–like I did below! Hey, it’s even okay to give them to a friend or family member.
Thank you, friend, for journeying together in WORD18. May God’s word truly be alive within us, active and sharper than a two-edged sword. And may others see a difference as we live each day, giving glory to our Father Above.
A Prayer to Grab & Use