Verses of the Week

Hey, girls! I’m memorizing these verses and wanted to share.

2 Corinthians 3: 17-18 – “For our light affliction, which is but for a moment, worketh for us a far more exceeding and eternal weight of glory: While we look not at the things which are seen, but at the things which are not seen: for the things which are seen are temporal; but the things which are not seen are eternal.”

God has been showing me a lot lately that the things of this world are not the most important thing. They won’t last in eternity. Christians should have an eternal mindset, thinking about how our choices and actions effect eternity. Our possessions here won’t come with us when we die. The things that truly matter are souls. A Christian’s focus should be on saving souls and pleasing our Savior. This leads to a true, lasting, eternal reward. This will pay off in the end. You may miss out on things here. But pleasing God is worth it. These verses can also apply to temptation. It’s afflicting! But, stay strong in God’s strength (Colossians 1:11) and He’ll reward you.


6 thoughts on “Verses of the Week

  1. I really needed these verses right now. I’ve been really sick for months now, and they think I might permanently have a slightly lame leg, and a weak arm, and problems with my hearing and eyesight. There could also be other things they haven’t found yet. Now I’m going to think of it all as ‘a moment’. πŸ™‚ Thank you; your posting those verses really helped.:)

    PS Your last verse of the week really touched me as well, especially your story. It was amazing, and exactly what I needed to read at the time.:)

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  2. Hey, I’m not sure if youve heard about my blog chain, but its not too late to sign up for this month. Its sort of like a tag, but anyone can join in and changes each month. You can find information and signups at the link at the bottom…. Let me know any questions you have!


    Dates Available: November 1-30
    Prompt: This prompt centers around the theme of valuable lessons, especially that we have taken away from books. You might answer:
    What is the coolest thing you have taken away from a book you have read? What sorts of things have your characters learned, as embedded in a story you have written? Or, what sort of message do you want to share with others, either in writing or through your own life?



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