Bible Memory Verses Fun-Teaching The Ten Commandments to Our Children & Grandchildren For EWE

I cheerfully admit it. I LOVE corny jokes and cute plays on words! Hence the EWE for YOU in these encouraging Bible Memory verses. And doesn't it go great towards the end of the 10 commandments series for our kids and grand children – such a fun way of building sweet family memories, while leaving a special spiritual legacy.

Teaching our grandchildren Biblical love is a vital part of leaving a spiritual legacy

For you were called to freedom, brethren; only do not turn your freedom into an opportunity for the flesh, but through love serve one another. For the whole Law is fulfilled in one word, in the statement, "You shall love your neighbor as yourself." Galatians 5:13-14

For more uplifting Bible verses and pictures to encourage all of us in the Sandwich Generation, be sure to visit Internet Cafe Devotions for Word-Filled Wednesday. 🙂 

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18 Comments


  1. Ha, that was cute! I pray EWE have a great day!

    Happy WFW!
    Beth


  2. Great verse. Sometimes that’s hard one to do, but with God’s help we can do it.

    Thanks for your prayers for my husband.


  3. super cute……I love thinks that are reminders. We need to use all that God can give us to pass His word onto a new generation.


  4. It isn’t just kids and grandparents that love this, I know a husband that enjoys these too!


  5. It may be corny but EWE know…we’ll ALL remember it! 🙂 love you ms. kaye!


  6. very cute!! Love it!

    joy & blessings,
    Alida


  7. I love your love for plays on words!
    Thank you, though, for consistently letting the Word of God speak for itself. I really appreciate the verse He led you to today.
    Happy WFW!


  8. Blessings Kaye, EWE are more creative each time! I was wondering what lesson was in store for us today! But EWE are wrapping this up with a great +MATION! EnJOYable Word and such a cute way to display God’s Word…and your message in the beginning of legacy is wonderful.

    Kaye, I was wondering, do you have any great grief resources with dealing with the loss of one’s parents. I have a blogger friend who unexpectedly loss her mother yesterday (only 49) and I’d like to point her to more than just GriefShare (Although I hope you does get in a support group or at least get their email)… I can only support through writing. I’m sure that she has much to deal with right now, but when they’re all gone, I will continue… I’m grieved and praying for her with the heart of a mom… if you do let me know. (I think this is connected to my email). Bless you Sandwich mom and granny…
    Peace,
    Peggy


  9. Another after my own heart, Beth. 🙂 🙂 🙂 Ewe have a blessed and beautiful week as well 🙂


  10. Too true Alice, And you’re very welcome. Continuing to PRAY! 🙂


  11. 🙂 🙂 🙂 Hi Amy, I have had such fun with this one!!! 🙂 🙂 🙂


  12. 🙂 🙂 🙂 Hi Julie, Tell him hi from a kindred wordplay spirit 🙂 🙂 🙂


  13. Hi Lori, You gave me such a HUUUUGGGGEEEE smile 🙂 🙂 🙂


  14. Hi Stefanie, 🙂 The older I get, the more I realize – my words aren’t that much but HIS WORDS are AWESOME AND ALIVE! So the more I can share them, the happier I am! 🙂


  15. Hi Peggy, I’m glad my email in reply to this comment could help and I’m continuing to pray for you all 🙂

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