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Scripture Memorization–Enduring To The End–Week 6

This Week’s Memory Verse:
God is our refuge and strength, a very present help in trouble. Psalm 46:1 KJV

This verse has always been my go to verse. I guess it could be called my Life Verse.

Long ago I memorized this verse and many times since it has come into my mind when I have been in trouble or need. Many times I have spoken it out loud to myself or to God in troubling times, and many times it has proved true, as God was always my refuge and my strength. He indeed was a very present help in trouble. He has never failed me and I trust He never will.

So, I believe this verse is a very important verse for us believers to memorize and call to mind in times of trouble and need. It is a verse which will help us endure troubling end times because we will be reminded that our God is always with us to help us, protect us and give us strength for any situation we might have to face. He indeed is a Helper, in fact that is one of  His names. (Psalm 54:4, Hebrews 13:6)

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Scripture Memorization–Enduring To The End–Week 5

This Week’s Memory Verse:
Be sober, be vigilant; because your adversary the devil walks about like a roaring lion, seeking whom he may devour. 1 Peter 5:8 NKJV

Believers, every day we need to put on the Armor of God and stay alert, watchful, and cautious.  We need to make sure not to let our guard down or get too comfortable, because our enemy, the devil, is always walking about, “like a roaring lion” which means that he see us in his territory doing our good works and he is trying to frighten us, let us know he’s around, hoping he will cause us to fear and run, so that we stop doing the good works God has prepared for us to do.  That is why God says to wear His Armor and to stand firm, remain calm, and pray.  Believers, every day if we are actively serving God and walking in His ways and doing His works, we are going to be pursued by our enemy, who wants to destroy us in whatever way he can.

So, memorize this week’s verse, and be sure to do what it says every day of your life.
For in these last days we need God’s protection to keep ourselves safe from the devil.

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Scripture Memorization-Enduring To The End–Week 4

This Week’s Memory Verse:
Put on the whole armour of God, that ye may be able to stand against the wiles of the devil.  Ephesians 6:11 NKJV

Therefore take up the whole armor of God, that you may be able to withstand in the evil day, and having done all, to stand. Ephesians 6:13 NKJV

Believers, if we are going to endure to the end and stand firm in our faith, we have to realize that we must daily always stay alert because we have an enemy who is constantly trying to cause us to fall.
In today’s verse we see that we must be able to stand against the “wiles of the devil”.  Wiles is defined as: cunning arts, deceit, craft, trickery.  It means that the devil is always following us around, lying in wait, trying to trip us up, trying to cause us waver in our faith, trying to trick us or lead us astray.  He is very crafty and cunning and so that is why God says we need to put on the whole armour, so that every part of us is covered daily and in that way we can stand firm.

This week lets memorize these two verses and also take action to do them daily, so that we will be found standing, strong in our faith, when Christ returns.

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Scripture Memorization–Enduring To The End–Week 3

This Week’s Memory Verse:
“The thief does not come except to steal, and to kill, and to destroy. I have come that they may have life, and that they may have it more abundantly. John 10:10 NKJV

In John chapter 10 Jesus was telling the people who He was. He said He was the Door, the Good Shepherd, the Christ and even said He was God (John 10:30). He said He came into the world to bring life to His sheep, a more abundant life.

He also told them who He wasn’t. He spoke about the thief who is just the opposite of Him.  The thief is often thought to be satan, but it could also be the world or the flesh, anything that steals, kills and destroys.

Therefore, this is a good end times verse to memorize, for there are, and will be times, when we need to remember that we have an enemy, but that we also have a Savior who came to give us abundant life here on earth and eternally. He is our Door, our Good Shepherd, Christ the Messiah, our Savior, and God Incarnate. Son of God and Son of Man. We need to focus on what we have been given in Christ and not let the
thief steal our joy, kill our witness or destroy our faith.

Let’s read John 10:10 this week and give thanks that we are His sheep who know His voice and look forward to His soon return.

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