If A 2 Year Old Can Memorize Scripture, So Can You

I recently received this encouraging email from a woman who used our “Hide the Word” Scripture Memory Songs in Vacation Bible School:

Hi Mark,

I wanted to let you know that using 2 of the songs from your cds for our VBS this year was a huge success.  Around 200 children learned I Peter 3:18 and I Peter 1:18-19.  They sang along with the CD and performed each song with sign language.  During the instrumental bridge of each song, we had the children recite the verses.  Your songs proved to be great tools for them to use in memorizing their verses for the week.  Also, we made CDs for each family at VBS so they could listen to the songs at home.

Here is one comment I received from a mother of 6 children:

My 2 year old can now quote 1 Peter 2:18-19. “You were ransomed from the futile ways inherited from your forefathers, not with perishable things such as silver and gold, but with the precious blood of Christ, like that of a lamb without blemish or spot.”.   Thank you VBS music cd!

We’re so grateful for this encouragement!

So here’s what we want to do.  We’d like to give any VBS or Sunday School or Christian School or Home School or Church a Hide the Word CD of your choice.

Just go to our website: forevergratefulmusic.com and pick out the CD you’d like, email your address and your choice of CD to us at mvaltrogge@gmail.com and we’ll send you a complimentary CD.

Or, if you simply have a hard time memorizing Scripture and would like to try Hide the Word, we’ll send you one free as well.  Just follow the instructions above.

You aren’t going to be outdone by a 2-year old are you?

Comments

  1. Diana says

    I am so excited about this, both for me and my two year old :-) Scripture memory is not my strongest point, especially now that I am a stay home mom. Now I need to decide which one! Thank you so much for this blessing!

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