Monday, November 19

Memory Verse Monday

Karen at Karen Ramblings is the host for Memory Verse Monday. If you would like to participate, just check out her post.

The verse I've chosen for this week is:

Genesis 1:3 And God said, "Let there be light," and there was light.

Yes, God created light for the world. Today He still brings light into the world. Have you been trudging through a dark valley? If so, lean on Him. God will bring light back into your life. He has done this for me many times during my life and continues to do so. God can bring light to the very darkest moments. He is The Light.


  1. Mary,
    Very nice verse. :-)

  2. Good Afternoon Mary,
    Hope you had a great weekend. This is a great verse. God is indeed the LIGHT of everything. He will see you through no matter what. He is an AWESOME GOD. I posted earlier this morning finally. I had been checking to see if you had posted yet, but you hadn't while I was on here. I'm back on for a few and saw that you did. I guess since everyone is in different time zones makes that the reason why. I hope you got my email I sent back to you. Take care my friend and have a great Monday. May God Bless You and Yours.

    Karen H.

  3. Tina,

    Hope you have a wonderful day.


    I did receive your email. I was late posting today. It was almost noon, but did get it done. This is a busy day.

    Thanks for stopping by and commenting.


  4. I was just reading my friend Carin's post

    And then I read your memory verse and what you shared, and I felt that they dovetailed beautifully.

    Thanks for the reminder of God's awesome power.

  5. Amen, beautiful verse my friend.

  6. Timeless! Thanks! It is always reassuring to remember we have a promise of His light, always!

    Thanks, Mary!

  7. He is the light, indeed! Thank you for posting this beautiful reminder.


  8. Hi Mary,

    Yes, He is the light and as we both know He's been shining brightly ;0)


  9. Nice verse. I also like this one: Psalms 119:105: Your word is a lamp to my feet and a light for my path. I always like to think on this verse in times of darkness, whether it's because I need comfort or inspiration. Thank you for this verse.