Share-Your-Story Friday. Lana from AK

(photograph from Karrie Denise Photography)

It’s hard for me to sit and write my story as I am just an ordinary woman. I pray the Lord’s name will be praised as I convey my heart in this short story.

In 1998, Steve and I were married and made our first home in Anchorage, Alaska where Steve was raised. In 2000 we were overwhelmed when God blessed us with a baby boy—Alex.

When …

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Share-Your-Story Friday. Amy from WI

I have only been memorizing scripture since April 2014. I went to a retreat and the speaker did a session on bible memorization, telling us how it changed her life. She taught us the technique she used. After the retreat I decided to commit myself to trying to memorize verses from the bible. I have to confess that I had my doubts how doing this could “change my life” like the speaker said …

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Share-Your-Story Friday. Janet from UT

My name is Janet Horsley Prison and I was a Mormon. I was born to Mormon parents, married a Mormon man in the Mormon Temple, and raised four children in the Mormon Church. I am now a Born Again believer in Jesus Christ. You may ask what happened that I should question the Mormon religion? Many seeds were planted before I left Mormonism but I found the truth in the Word of God.

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Share-Your-Story Friday

Normally on Fridays we have someone share their story of how they began to memorize entire books of the Bible and long passages, and how it has benefitted them. We’ve had over 40 stories so far. Today we don’t have a story because no one turned one in. I’m absolutely positive there are stories out there so if you would like to share your story please send it to me. Here are a few simple …

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Share-Your-Story Friday. Charles Spurgeon 1834-1892

At the age of twenty, Charles Spurgeon became the pastor of New Park Street Church in London. His preaching drew large crowds thirsty for God’s Word. The following are a collection of his quotes about the Bible. www.spurgeon.us and one in particular about memorizing Scripture.

Old-fashioned believers could give you chapter and verse for what they believed; but how few of such remain.

If you wish to know God you must …

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