Weekly Verses Remembered

Posted by on Oct 22, 2020 in Bible Study, Godprints | 0 comments

To grow as a Christian, we constantly need to “feed” on the “Word of God.”  In other words, there’s a lot of value in getting into the habit of cracking open our Bibles and regularly digging in to what it says.  There’s also proven worth in memorizing scripture verses that will remind us of God’s glory and will as we go through our day to day moments.

Back in late 2005 and into 2006, former PUMC Senior Pastor, Dr. Lanie Price posted a “memory verse” in the bulletin each Sunday.  The verses were tied to her sermons, but they represented a wide sampling of the Bible… a variety of “spiritual food” which can continue to help us, even today.   PUMC’er Kim Bakely (now deceased) noted these verses in her Bible each Sunday.  Throughout her Bible’s margins, selected verses are marked “MV” along with a date.  Unbeknownst to her at the time, she was compiling a record of each Sunday’s memory verses that could be used years later.

From what we’ve found, 26 verses in her Bible are dated and marked “MV.”  These “Memory Verses” were printed in our Sunday bulletins from December 2005 through May of 2006.

The 26 memory verses will be presented below, one verse per week.  This text box is duplicated elsewhere on the website, and  the verse inside of it will automatically change every Sunday. 

The verses are presented in the original order, but no attempt has been made to match to the original dates or to tie the verses to any current holiday or event. 

Feed on the Word of God each week!  You can click on the verse to read the entire chapter.  Put each verse in the context of the Bible and into the context of your own life.  Make each verse a part of your week, and try to make each verse a part of your memory.


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Here is this week’s Memory verse:

All quotations are from the New King James Version of the Bible.  Click/tap on the text to see the entire chapter.  The verse is changed every Sunday and will be displayed for a full week.


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