I also am going through his memory verses with him. He tells me he can’t memorize them, so he writes each one ten times. One of his verses was out of Proverbs. His translation was a one liner. In my NKJV it says,
I challenged him to quote this verse without looking. He did perfectly. Then I taught him another verse that was a one liner, John 11:35 (Jesus wept). Again, I challenged him to recite this verse. He nailed it! Then I told him even big verses are full of one liners. It may be three or four sentences, but they are one line at a time. Jack smiled.
I share this because I want you all to know how personable these times of discipleship are. It is good stuff. Keep our program men and women in your prayers. The program should be encouraging and even fun. Praise God that we get to do what we do.
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