Hi friends! It’s Marissa from Prickly Pear Design Co. These scripture cards are great for adding truth and light to every day and are perfect for Young Women or Relief Society sisters.
Not too long ago, I was washing dishes and listening to talks from past General Conferences. I ran across a talk, The Power of Scripture, by Elder Richard G. Scott. His words spoke to my soul, especially since President Monson instructed us to read our scriptures during this last General Conference.
Elder Scott’s talk focuses on the importance of scriptures. He likens them to “packets of light that illuminate our minds and give place to guidance and inspiration from on high.” Elder Scott outlines how the scriptures can impact our lives, being “stalwart friends…available when needed…” and how “…memorizing scriptures is like filling a filing cabinet with friends, values, and truths that can be called upon anytime…”
I don’t know about you, but that type of power and peace is something that I can always use in my life. After reading the rest of Elder Scott’s talk, I started looking for ways to”fill my filing cabinet” with words of truth and decided to create scripture cards to help me do it.
These scripture cards are perfect to print and tape to a mirror, tuck in a planner, or print and give to a friend. You can also print the entire stack, punch and bind them with a O-ring and keep them hanging in your bag or car so you can add a few extra moments of truth to your day.
I turned to some of my favorite online LDS friends and asked them what their “go to” scripture was – the one that filled them with faith, buoyed them up, or helped bring peace to their heart.
I loved reading their favorite verses, just like I love reading their posts on their sites- they’re filled with truth and faith and inspire me to be a little bit better. I’m sure when you visit their sites and read their verses/quotes you’ll find the same.
Megan from Love Pray Teach – President Benson Quote
A few blank scripture cards are at the end of the stack so you can write in the verses that speak truth to you. I’ve set a goal to memorize a verse a week and ponder on it’s meaning for a few minutes each day.
Scripture Card Printing Tips
• Print these on your home color printer or send them to your local copy shop.
• Blank cards are included so you can personalize your set with your own go-to verse or quote.
• I recommend using the highest print settings and printing on brochure or photo paper, or a bright white cardstock.
I’d love to hear or see how you use the Scripture Cards – leave a comment below or snap a picture and tag me on Instagram.
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