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His Word Goes Out

For each of of the next 21 days, I will be sharing specific ways believers can set themselves apart for Christ through prayer, fasting, and intentional focus. Today continues”setting yourself apart by…”

There is nothing more worthwhile than investing time in learning Scripture. It takes discipline and determined effort, but memorizing God’s truths will yield results for the rest of your life.
I cannot tell you how many times I’ve been in the middle of a struggle and God has brought to mind a verse I memorized years before. With no effort after the initial memorization, I’m given comfort and assurance when I most need it. God says in Isaiah that when His word goes out, “it always produces fruit.” I’ve seen it for myself.
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If you’re not sure how to go about committing Scripture to memory, there are some very practical steps you can take.
One method that has worked for me is write a verse on an index card and post it somewhere you will see it multiple times a day. I had Psalm 91:1 on my vanity mirror years ago, and to this day I remember the words “Whoever dwells in the shelter of the Most High will rest in the shadow of the Almighty.”
I’ve also carried around a small spiral-bound set of index cards with my memory verses on them and pulled it out when there were spare minutes.
You can even set a verse to be the lock screen on your phone.
Whatever method you use, Scripture memory is a spiritual discipline that truly makes a difference for you. You will be telling yourself divine truth throughout the day, and in future hardships, God will remind you of it. 
Today’s Prayer: “Lord, give us an insatiable desire to know what You have said. Let us not rely on what we hear from the mouths of others but meditate on what came from your heart. Give us the discipline and desire to dedicate our minds to You.”
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