The 23rd Psalm

sheep It is very important and very hard to memorize Psalm 23.

Perhaps you will think it is too hard, but if you make up your mind to do the memory work, you will gain a reward for your whole life.

When you are older, if you are in a difficult time, the words of this Psalm will come back to you, and you will feel God's presence.

You will be reminded that He is with you — FOREVER. What more could we hope for or want?

Click on the image to open the New King James Bible version of Psalm 23. Type, and memorize it. You can do it!

Looking forward to good things

girls with wishes Christians have so much to look forward to! We have eternal life, and in our lives on earth, we know that we often will have heavenly rewards.

We will enjoy the good things of the Lord. However, we may have to wait for a time before we get some rewards and gifts.

Waiting takes courage!

Click on the picture to open the pdf file. Learn to type and to say out loud Psalm 27:13, 14!

Sleep like a baby

baby sleeping

Everyone wants to "sleep like a baby." Sleeping like a baby means we get a good rest and are not troubled by any worries. We wake up feeling rested and peaceful.

Some people say they have to count sheep in order to fall asleep. Calling to mind Bible verses also helps.

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Four verses from three Psalms

blowing bubblesHere are three pdf files with Bible verses from the Psalms of David.

David is probably best known for

  1. his faith and courage to fight against Goliath
  2. being Israel's greatest earthly king
  3. his willingness to admit his sins to God and to repent, and
  4. his beautiful psalms.

Click on the Bible Verse.

Psalm 16:11 | Psalm 19:14 | Psalm 27:7, 8

Bubbles are fun but they soon pop. God gives us pleasures that never pop and last forever.

Happy memorizing!

The joy of the Lord is your strength. -Nehemiah 8:10