Your Scripture Memory Photos from the Week

What a joy it has been focusing on Colossians 3:16 with y'all this week! Whether you've been learning it by yourself or joining together with your family to learn it, thank you for sharing your photos. It's been super encouraging reading about the ways you're hiding God's Word in your heart. Please check out the amazing different ways everyone has been memorizing the verse this week:

 via  @katyjomcdaniel  //  @juliehardin  //  @artsyabel  // Caroline T. //  @amegivens  // Lindsey S. //  @jitneysjourneys

via @katyjomcdaniel // @juliehardin // @artsyabel // Caroline T. // @amegivens // Lindsey S. // @jitneysjourneys

Loving my new #dailyagenda from #jitneysjourneys and the supplemental guide to #scripturememory! It has rekindled my love for scripture journaling and has me filling up the pages this week. - Lyndsay A. {@artsyabel}

Didn't realize how much writing out a verse helped me to memorize it! I found myself quoting the one I memorized last week in a conversation without thinking about it. Is anyone else using the notes section as a journal? I'm writing a sweet memory down from each day in that spot. Will be fun to look through at the end of the year. - Caroline T.

In 2014, I wanted to see my faith grow exponentially. I prayed fearless prayers with the expectation of seeing God show up. I wasn't always great at it, and I'm definitely still growing. However, I can boldly say that I believe and trust him more than I did. In 2015, I want to KNOW His word. I want his word to have its home in my heart and mind! - Amy G. {@amegivens}

Our house is working on memorizing scripture! I used the translation that is found in our oldest son's bible so that it would be easier for our boys to remember. - Lindsey S.

We hope this is an encouragement to you and your family to memorize scripture together this year! If you haven't downloaded the free scripture memory printable, find it here. Have a fantastic weekend!