Reading back over some old posts recently, I realized I had promised to share with you some of the Bible verses we use for memory and copy work in our homeschool. Well, better late than never! These verses are helpful for adults to know by heart as well as children. They teach about virtue, the importance of prayer, God’s character, and other aspects of the spiritual life. Over the past several years, our family has experienced the Bible as unit studies. Reading chronologically through the Golden Children’s Bible , I look for themes that can help us bring other subjects into our study of Scripture. (See more details on my homeschooling method here.) I choose a verse for memorization and handwriting practice. Sometimes the verse comes right from the story. Other times I search through a concordance or consult my memory for a verse that encapsulates one of the themes we are considering. Read more at Contemplative Homeschool..
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To understand why Jesus has to be God, we have to understand the Father also. The Father is infinite, with no beginning and no end. Therefore, his attributes are also infinite. His knowledge is infinite and, most important to us, his memory is infinite. We were created, and we have a beginning, but with a soul that shall exist forever. God is the creator of life, and if the angels shall not taste death or annihilation, then neither shall we, to say that our souls face an annihilation is not consistent with the nature of God as creator of life. We shall be "somewhere" for all time. A short time, (very short when you think about it) in the flesh, and then eternity either with God or banished from His presence. So let's go back to the Father's memory. The Father's memory is infinite, which means He will remember all things for all time. (He is actually not bound by time, but that is another blog post) So think about that, what you do in the flesh G