Memorize With Me – Update

Thanks again to everyone who has been memorizing with me this month.

In case you didn’t see my post at the beginning of this month, I am memorizing four thanksgiving themed passages from the Bible. A few readers have also joined me in doing so. We are  currently half way through and it has been going great! I hope it’s going well for everyone  who is memorizing with me as well.

I want you to know just in case you missed my first post that you are welcome to join for the last two weeks. This week we will be memorizing Psalm 100:4-5:

“Enter his gates with thanksgiving,
and his courts with praise!
Give thanks to him; bless his name!

For the LORD is good;
his steadfast love endures forever,
and his faithfulness to all generations.”

(Psalm 100:4-5 ESV)

We give thanks to the Lord because He is good, because His love endures forever, because of His faithfulness to all generations.

This should be our mindset when we give thanks to God not only this month but all our lives and all throughout the year.

Certainly you don’t have to, but if you’d like to join me in memorizing for these last two weeks I’ve included a form at the end of this post, if you could just fill that out I’ll make sure to include you in my email later today.

Thanks again to those who are memorizing I hope it’s going well and you are enjoying it! If you have any thoughts, tips, or ideas, please comment and share them. I hope you have a great week! Lord willing, I look forward to sharing again with you next week, we’ll take a close look at James chapter three.

~Zachary

Published by Zachary Pierpont

Zachary is a 17-year-old blogger with a passion for Christ. His blog is all about Christian living, mostly directed toward young people. His desire is to encourage and strengthen those who read his writing to chase with all their heart the mind-blowing wonder of Christ. He loves spending time with friends and family, playing drums and guitar, writing, and enjoying God's beautiful creation in Northern Michigan where he lives. You can find him on his blog, zacharypierpont.com.