Tents, Faith and Scripture Memorization

Joshua’s last assignment in Bible class was memorizing Psalm 91 (all of it) which he has now hidden in his heart. I’ve shared in the past how verses from this chapter have provided comfort for me and I enjoyed hearing him repeat this Psalm. And while it’s not always easy to see what faith looks like I came across these pictures I took in Kuwait in 1998 and wanted to post them for the daily WordPress Prompt.

If you say, “The Lord is my refuge,”
and you make the Most High your dwelling,
no harm will overtake you,
no disaster will come near your tent. (Psalm 91:9-10 NIV)

Tents and shelter

Who needs a bomb shelter when you have the LORD!

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8 Responses to Tents, Faith and Scripture Memorization

  1. Pop-pop says:

    That seems like such a long time ago. Time passes, but God’s protection stays forever. So glad Joshua has hidden that Psalm in his heart. It’s a great one.

  2. McKenzie says:

    Hi, Anderson Family!

    Blessings in your Scripture memory! Just wanted to let you know about a free Bible memory resource I think your family would enjoy. My husband developed ScriptureTyper.com a few years ago for our family, and it has become one of the very top Google results for Bible memory. You can create your own verse library, and Scripture Typer will remind you to review your verses on a set schedule, which is super helpful for long-term retention. It’s also fun to watch your Verse Library grow! Anyway, just wanted to pass this along. Hope it helps you, as that is our desire–to make it easier for God’s kids to memorize His Word!

    Blessings, McKenzie

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  5. GG says:

    That’s very cool! And that’s a long chapter

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