My Mind is Going

For a number of years my ability to memorize Bible verses was getting better. I keep track of everything in my life, and I would keep track of how long it took me to memorize a verse well. Every year the time got less as I consistently worked thirty minutes every day on memorizing God’s Word. But this year the time it took me to memorize a verse in the Bible increased. So I did what any right thinking person would do, I increased the amount of time I spend memorizing scripture to 45 minutes a day. It has only taken a week and I already notice a big improvement in my brain power, my ability to memorize and my ability to recall verses to my mind. It is a pretty simple formula, when my muscles start acting up and hurting I ride my stationary bike 30 minutes more and things get better. When I start forgetting things, I increase my Bible memory time by 15 minutes and I think better and remember more. Wow, my mind and my body are like a machine, it is cause and effect. There will come a day when my formula for success won’t work anymore, age will win, but until then, I will win.

2 thoughts on “My Mind is Going

  1. Annette Trucco

    Dee, it is so interesting about your body and Parkinson’s. For me I was born with a congenital heart. I have lived on collateral circulation for 58 years until my first stent. When I do not exercise and push myself I get chest pain and if I told the doctor how much chest pain they would put me in the hospital😱 Yesterday I realize that I had been sitting down way too much and I had a lot of chest pain and irregular heart rhythm. I walked up and down the hill twice and it went away right away! Yes someday age will catch up to us but right now we have the knowledge on how to work with our bodies. God bless you and may he continue to use you in His Power!

    On Mon, Jan 17, 2022 at 11:08 PM Pastor Dee’s Blog wrote:

    > deefduke posted: ” For a number of years my ability to memorize Bible > verses was getting better. I keep track of everything in my life, and I > would keep track of how long it took me to memorize a verse well. Every > year the time got less as I consistently worked thirty minu” >

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