Thursday, December 3, 2009

Siesta Memory Verse #23 (Finish what you started in me God)

23 verses so far! I can't believe it. What a difference scripture memory makes.

I haven't been very good about posting my verses here on the blog. Mainly because I've been pouting that I'm not going to be in Houston in January for the celebration. I'm still very disappointed about that, but moving on...

I had decided to memorize Psalm 138:7-8 this time around from NIV. But when Beth posted those verses from the message on Tuesday, I fell in love w/ the way it read so I'm memorizing them from the Message. Here you go:

When I walk into the thick of trouble, keep me alive in the angry turmoil. With one hand strike my foes, with your other hand save me. Finish what you started in me, God. Your love is eternal - don't quit on me now.

Finish what you started in me, God. Don't quit on me now.

My favorite parts.

God is faithful to finish what He starts. (Phil. 1:6...being confident of this, that he who began a good work in you will carry it on to completion until the day of Christ Jesus.)

And He never quits, never stops, never sleeps. Never lets go. That makes me think of this song..



He is so good. Happy Thursday!!!

2 comments:

Leah said...

Good verses!! I am not going to Houston either, but at least we get to be at the April thing at FBC Woodstock!!

Leah

Dawn said...

you don't know me and maybe never will. I found your blog bc I was hurting tonight and started looking at blogs my friends follow just to keep my attention off of hurting until the dryer buzzed and I could go to sleep. This blog so ministered to me. I know it but it is always good to be reminded that God will finish what He has begun and that He won't leave me to figure it out alone. Thanks!