Impress them on your children. Talk about them when you sit at home and when you walk along the road, when you lie down and when you get up. Deuteronomy 6:7
This week I realized that although our family was incorporating exercise into our daily routine, it was missing the fullness of the exercise with the lack of prayer as we collectively walked. The Holy Spirit moved me to start praying during these times, and have really felt inspired by it. So try it out yourself if you want! If you need help planning a prayer walk for you and your family, go here:
And if you have little ones, here's a little idea to start you off: a Prayer Walk Scavenger Hunt for kids! Check it out:
Just remember, you do not have to have a big group, just you! Make it work for your life.
This should motivate your own memory time. These twins are too cute, aren't they?
This is a nice modern interpretation on this Psalm.
Tomorrow is Psalm Day in our house, so here is the latest YouTube video, for Psalm 125! Enjoy and have a wonderful week!
Tonight while working on a group project with my other cohorts in girls' ministry, we were planning our upcoming lesson for the gals: healing. I got these 22 cent first aid kits at the store for starters, so the girls can become more aware of tending to someone who is injured or sick. We plan on glitzing up the sterile white boxes. Naturally.
But then, as we were brainstorming, it occurred to me that I'd seen these cute band-aids one time with scripture verses on them! So after my research, I've located them and I'm sharing the company's YouTube video with you (the granddaughter is a Type 1 Diabetic just like me!) and maybe you'd like to use the boo boos in your life as a means of teaching The Scriptures too!
I hope these can be a blessing to your life as well. I think our girls are going to love opening their little first aid kits to help someone else, and speak Yahweh's word into their lives as well!