You may wonder why a person who has made Jesus Christ their Lord and Savior is on the devil’s hit list.

That should not come as a surprise.

Now that you play for the other team, your former teammates and their head coach will stop at nothing to get you into the sidelines for good.

But guess what?

Thankfully, the Bible provides a way to give stability in your spiritual walk with the Lord.

In addition to that, let me share with you two verses.

Psalm 37:31 (New International Version)
The law of their God is in their hearts; their feet do not slip.

Psalm 40:8 (New Living Translation)
“I take joy in doing your will, my God, for your instructions are written on my heart.”

According to Psalm 37:31, God’s Word helps us not to slip.

Slip from what? For one, to slip from our faith.

If we are not careful, we can slowly (or even quickly) fall into the schemes of the enemy.

It’s true that we can become discouraged, distraught, and eventually lose our faith.

How do I know?

Read Psalm 40:8.

It boldly declares that God’s instructions are written in the heart. Etched even.

Our hearts can be a volatile place.

If we are not careful, it can store evil and grief.

It’s simple: God’s word prevents that from happening.

It promotes joy and peace that only God can give.

You don’t believe me? Just read the two verses earlier.

Better yet. Let me encourage you to memorize the two verses.

Yes! Memorize them.

Memorizing God’s word will protect you fro the devil’s attacks.

When the time comes the enemy shoots a flaming arrow of evil, you have these two verses to put them out.

Can you imagine the power you have by simply memorizing God’s word?

Truth be told, memorizing scripture gives you that edge against the enemy.

Today is the perfect time to memorize God’s word!


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