I kind of got a little distracted by life this past week. It was a very busy week, and on top of that, the Husband was out of town. So, I didn’t think one bit about this blog… or the SSMT group. This morning, I wake up and think, “what’s today?!” I realize it’s the 16th, which means I’m a day late posting my verse. Sigh.
Thankfully, “there is no condemnation for those who are in Christ” (Romans 8:1). I’m out here now, ready to post my next verse. It’s super simple and in keeping with my commitment to memorize Psalm 103 this year.
“who forgiveth all thine iniquities; who healeth all thy diseases;” ~Psalm 103:3 (KJV)
And, as I looked this up again to type it here, I just realized that I put the NIV version in the comments of the LPM blog post, but labeled it as KJV. Oh good heavens. I hope you’ll “forgiveth” me. I have a parallel Bible and I must have been looking at the wrong side of the page when I typed it up. I knew it didn’t sound “thee and thou” enough. The above is correct though.
Looks like I’m already getting some practice at meditating on that first portion of the verse. Praise God for His forgiveness!
I do still plan to dissect verse 2, and hope to have those posts completed sometime this week… which is scheduled to be busy as well.
Be sure to read Sherry McClure’s word for verse #4 (link above). I’m sure you’ll be blessed.