Read it again

My memory, y’all.

Supposedly my Celiac disease causes “brain fog” so I would like to blame my lack of retaining information on that. However, my scattered and struggling memory probably has more to due with the fact that I’m a 37 year old working mom hauling kids around like a personal Uber.

I can get real down on my self – especially when it comes to my Bible study. It’s not easy for me. I can read the same passage 17 times and still be confused. Meanwhile, my husband reads the same verse once and can spout off facts like a Biblical scholar.

The big words. The pronunciation. All the names and the towns. The struggle is really real for me in this area.

I’ve said all that to say this – do not let satan convince you that you’re not smart enough. Do not believe him when he says you’ll never get it.

Read it again. Say it again. Highlight. Underline. Look up the definition – but don’t give up.

God’s power is in His word. Don’t you dare let satan take that power from you. If you have to read it 17 times to understand it – then read it 17 times.

You’ve got this cause God’s got this.

“All Scripture is God-breathed and is useful for teaching, rebuking, correcting and training in righteousness, so that the servant of God may be thoroughly equipped for every good work.”

2 Timothy 3:16-17

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