Wednesday, March 13, 2013

Learn the Word Wednesday - February's Winner & Verse #5

So I collected all the names of those of you who are commenting, pinning, and learning these verses with me, and February's winner is: Jackie Layton! Jackie, check out my gift bag under the Pages at left and then email me your choice and your address.

And keep memorizing everyone! I love that we're doing this together, because I need the accountability. I'm struggling with keeping the first few verses learned, and learning the new ones. It's definitely challenging my memory, but I'm doing it, slowly but surely! How's everyone else doing???

Just to remind you of what verse #5 was:

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Next week will be a new verse, but for now let's look one more time at verse #5. Not sure about you, but there is so much I love about it. If forced to pick my favorite part of it though, I think I'd have to say "See I am doing a new thing!" Oh! I want freshness in my life! I want something new...I NEED something new because I don't want to stay the old me.

If you had to pick--what's your favorite part of the verse?


  1. I'm glad you're doing this verse again because a) I love and b) I don't exactly have it memorized. I find myself saying, "you know, that one verse in Isaiah about not thinking about the past things and God doing a new thing..." I feel challenged today to actually memorize it!

    Favorite part: I am doing a new thing!

    1. Oh- I SO relate, Melissa;) That's always me, except sometimes I don't even know what Book I'm referring to, just "that verse in the Bible":) I'm determined to learn these things though!

  2. That's my favorite part too, I think because God is the god of second chances. How many times have I needed a do-over?

    "I am doing a new thing." It really shows God's love for us.

    Thanks for picking me, Susan. I emailed my info to you.

    I hope you all have a great day.

  3. Congratulations, Jackie! : )

    That's my favorite part, too . . . it reminds of that saying, "Be patient. God's not finished with me yet." He's always doing a new thing in us, as we grow and become who He made us to be.

    Blessings to you, Susan!