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Published by joe, 2018-12-20 11:17:13

The Year of Grace

Redeemer Winter Haven's 2019 Memory Verses


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For sin will have no dominion
over you, since you are not
under law but under grace…

And if by grace, then it cannot
be based on works; if it were,

grace would no longer be
grace. (Romans 6:14; 11:6)


“I am the LORD, and I will bring
you out from under the burdens

of the Egyptians, and I will
deliver you from slavery...and I

will redeem you with an
outstretched arm...” (Exodus 6:6)


For by grace you have been
saved through faith. And this is

not your own doing; it is the
gift of God, not a result of
works, so that no one may

boast. (Ephesians 2:8-9)


“The blood shall be a sign for
you, on the houses where you
are. And when I see the blood, I

will pass over you, and no
plague will befall you to
destroy you, when I strike the
land of Egypt.” (Exodus 12:13)


“In overflowing anger for a
moment I hid my face from you,
but with everlasting love I will
have compassion on you,” says

the Lord, your Redeemer.
(Isaiah 54:8)


“Fear not, stand firm, and see
the salvation of the LORD,
which he will work for you

today...The LORD will fight for
you, and you have only to be
silent.” (Exodus 14:13-14)


Gracious words are like a
honeycomb, sweetness to the
soul and health to the body

(Proverbs 16:24)


“I am the LORD your God, who
brought you out of the land of

Egypt, out of the house of
slavery. You shall have no

other gods before me.”
(Exodus 20:2-3)


The LORD is gracious and
merciful, slow to anger and
abounding in steadfast love.
The LORD is good to all, and his
mercy is over all that he has

made. (Psalm 145:8-9)


And the LORD said, “My presence
will go with you, and I will give

you rest.” (Exodus 33:14)


For we do not have a high priest
who is unable to sympathize with
our weaknesses, but one who in
every respect has been tempted as

we are, yet without sin. Let us
then with confidence draw near
to the throne of grace, that we
may receive mercy and find grace

to help in time of need.
(Hebrews 4:15-16)


“I have surely seen the
affliction of my people... and
have heard their cry...I know

their sufferings, and I have
come down to deliver them...”

(Exodus 3:7-8a)

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