My Scripture Cards
I would like to introduce you to my scripture cards. A simple little tool I picked up at an office supply store a few years back - in several colours: blue, green, purple, and floral. I love these little packets because they come with note-cards already punched with a hole in the corner, a sturdy little key ring, a plastic cover and an elastic band to hold them closed when I toss them in my pocketbook. About a year ago I added tabs so that I could see where my topics were divided and I could find them easily.
I have realized over the years that sometimes I need a little spiritual pick-me-up and I can’t always use my technology. There are dead zones and forbidden zones where we get no signal, which means sometimes I need something a little more “old fashioned” instead. These little packets are easily slipped inside my pocketbook, briefcase, glove box, or tote bag.
Each of my little packets is divided into several sections, and each section has a topic on the tab. I have written scriptures on each note-card for quick reference. There are topics such as:
--Anxiety and Fear for when we are suddenly tossed into a challenging situation and need to over come concerns.
--Healing for when I need to refocus on the healing words in the Bible
--Success to keep me motivated and focused on what Yahweh wants for us.
--Prosperity both spiritual and earthly
--Strength and Courage - we could all use a little bolstering up in this area when worldly attacks move our way.
You might choose to divide your sections into different topics that fit your needs right now. As life changes you might find you add to the categories, too, and this is great. Little by little you will find that you are building upon the rock, the foundation that you have inside of you. Yahweh tells us to write the word in our hearts and on our minds and this could become one of the tools you use for achieving this goal.
I love to suggest these cards to families, too, because they can be used to help children in so many different ways. They can learn to memorize scriptures, use their own set of cards to strengthen their journey and relationship with Yahweh, and even when a child is struggling with something spiritually, they can call on uplifting verses quickly and easily by referring to their scripture cards.
Having easy and quick access to verses which bring us guidance, direction, comfort and peace can help us to focus more directly on all the promises of Yahweh. It will also help us to always have the Word in our hearts and in our minds.
My son, attend to my words;
Incline thine ear unto my sayings.
Let them not depart from thine eyes;
Keep them in the midst of thy heart.
For they are life unto those that find them,
And health to all their flesh.
Blessings and shalom.
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Jim, (Judi's husband), has Sephardi Jewish ancestry and is a minister and head of Shofar Productions. Jim was a denominational pastor, hospital chaplain, and former director of a non-profit community organization.
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