God’s Word In My Heart {Review}

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I’ll be very honest and say and I wish had I had more of God’s Word In My Heart.  I wish I had read more, memorized more and studied more when I was young, when I was growing and before I became a Mom.  My brain does not seem to want to work as well as it once did and I am in the midst of reshaping, re-growing and re-energizing brain cells that once seemed to take thirty tasks, pull them apart and put them together without flinching.

Now, I forget why I’m doing something or what I went into a room ‘to get/or do’.

BUT, I’m seeing change.  Little by little, as I read God’s word and challenge my children to read and memorize, my brain is making adjustments and creating new pathways.  One thing that has helped is baby steps.  Baby steps with a plan.  Not necessarily a plan I create, but one God gives me.

 

God's Word In My Heart

A few weeks ago, I received a sweet email from Jennifer Thorson.  I read it…and life happened. She was so great when I responded to her – about how much I enjoyed her sweet new eBook:  God’s Word in My Heart: A scripture learning guide with memory verses.

I have to say, I love what Jennifer has created.  She has created a simple and easy to follow eBook to help you with teaching your children to memorize scripture from A to Z.  Within the book she has provided easy to follow directions for children from – well toddlers to Adults!  Not only providing you with scriptures but also simple/fun circle time activities and songs to sing to help with memorizing the scriptures.

This book – is highlighted by my favorite scriptures that explain the importance of learning and teaching scripture:

Deuteronomy 6:6-9: “These words, which I am commanding you today, shall be on your heart. You shall teach them diligently to your sons and shall talk of them when you sit in your house and when you walk by the way and when you lie down and when you rise up. You shall bind them as a sign on your hand and they shall be as frontals on your forehead. You shall write them on the doorposts of your house and on your gates.”

I have already started using this with my youngest son and I will use these verses for my older children during the summer-time.

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Comments

  1. I do help my children memorize scripture….but there is always room for more learning.

  2. Carol Smith says:

    Yes, I do scripture memory with my kids, but we could use all the help we can get with it! This E-book sounds like a great “baby step” to a real plan for memorizing. There are so many distractions in daily life, but committing verses to memory will have far-reaching rewards for myself and my kids. Thanks for this giveaway opportunity.

  3. I love teaching my children the scripture. I don’t do it as often as I should although they do get taught at church as well. Maybe this book would also help with teaching the scripture to our youth class at church. Thanks for the review,

  4. Not as often as I’d like to! When my son was going to a Christian preschool, they did a very good job of teaching him verses (that he still remembers!). The songs that we listen to help them to hide God’s word in their heart, but I do need to be more intentional about doing it with both kiddos.

  5. Sometimes I memorize the scripture my kids are memorizing, sometimes they outshine me in memorization, sometimes I memorize different scripture.

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