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Memory Verse Monday

Walk WorthyIt’s Memory Verse Monday. I am thinking about changing my post for this day so if anyone has any good ideas let me know. It is much easier for me to have a daily schedule for my posts because it takes the guess work out of writing. I thought about Motivational Monday because I don’t like Mondays. Perhaps a motivational post would make the day easier. How do you feel about Monday’s? I would like to hear from my followers so don’t be shy.

For now we are memorizing Bible verses. If you don’t want to memorize this verse, then at least meditate on it throughout the week. By the way, Biblical meditation is different that transcendental meditation. Biblical meditation means you concentrate on the same passage or chapter over and over. This helps you to either memorize the verse or gain a deeper understanding of the verse. Since we are studying the book of Ephesians, I have another verse for you to work on this week.

Walk worthy of the calling with which you were called, 2 with all lowliness and gentleness, with longsuffering, bearing with one another in love, 3 endeavoring to keep the unity of the Spirit in the bond of peace. Eph 4:1-3 (NKJV)

On Wednesday we will take a closer look at Ephesians 4 so you may wish to read it now. Our outline for Ephesians is Sit, Walk, Stand and Bow. This week we will take a look at our walk in Christ.

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