It’s Memory Verse Monday. If you are new to my blog, we are working on memorizing salvation scripture so we will be ready “in season and out of season” to share the gospel message. So far we have memorized Eph. 2:8-9, Rom. 5:23, and 1 Cor. 15:3-4. The verse we will work on this week is a very common verse quoted when giving the gospel and you might already have it memorized. If you do, then you can replace this with another verse. You might also wish to use another version of the Bible, but I prefer to memorize in KJV or NKJV because I believe they are easier to memorize. You do not want to use a paraphrase of the Bible like the Message Bible or New Living Translation. The verse to memorize is:
For all have sinned and fall short of the glory of God, Romans 3:23 (NKJV)
Have a blessed week and try to join us this Wednesday as we look at another salvation message in the book of Acts. We have learned how to witness to a Jew and to an idol worshiper (someone who doesn’t know much, if anything, about the Bible) from the book of Acts. There are at least 11 different witnessing encounters in the book of Acts. We will not look at everyone of them, but we will focus on different types of audiences who were preached to by the disciples.