Remember His Sacrifice Every Day
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“When we were utterly helpless, Christ came at just the right time and died for us sinners. Now, most people would not be willing to die for an upright person, though …

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Submitted by on August 3, 2009 – 7:24 pm8 Comments

WeUsed2bu is doing a Bible give-away! Send us a comment with your favorite scripture, and tell us why it’s important to you. Specify in your comment that you want to be entered in the drawing for the contest, and make sure that your email is in the place provided (not in your comment) so that we can contact you. WeUsed2bu will randomly select one name at the end of the month from all submissions received, and that person will win their choice of one of these Bibles selected by our ministry team:


With almost 3 million copies sold, the Teen Study Bible continues to be a teen’s #1 source for discovering the foundational truths of the Bible. Recently revised to meet the needs and desires of a new generation, this Bible will help teens get in touch with what God’s Word has to say about faith, friends, family, and the challenges teens face. Features: • Book Introductions that sums up the main themes and hits the highlights of each book of the Bible. Also includes information about what was happening in the world when each book of the Bible was written. • To The Point: gives biblical perspectives on today’s issues • Instant Access looks at Bible passages and answers the question: What does this mean for me? • Q&A asks and then answers interesting Bible trivia questions • Dear Jordan gives advice about friends, family, school, and more backed up with relevant Bible scriptures. • Bible Promises: highlights Bible verses worth remembering • Key Indexes great for enhanced Bible study. • Full-color tip-in pages features information about ancient ruins, foreign languages, music, and more, then space for recording thoughts and reactions. • The New International Version – today’s most read, most trusted translation. (Description provided byAmazon)

The New Living Translation text is easy-to-understand with over 10,000 Life Application notes to help explain God’s Word and challenge readers to apply the truth of Scripture. This study bible has life personality profiles highlighting over 100 important Bible characters, book introductions providing vital statistics, overview, and timelines to help readers understand the message of each book, 200 thumbnail maps highlight important bible places and events 260 charts help explain difficult concepts and relationships. There are also cross-references to the harmony of the Gospels built right into the text of Matthew, Mark, Luke, and John. Dictionary/concordance, Words of Christ in red letter, a daily reading plan, topical index to all notes, charts, maps, and profiles.  (Description provided by Amazon.)


  • gina says:

    At 50 years old and having three adult children, you’d think I’d be more equipped to handle the situation with my 11 year old, but I just don’t know the answers. She is a sweet, delightful little girl in a private Christian school. She has been bothered by a bully for the last couple of years, and I have been working with the staff to handle that.

    Actually, the bully problem is the easiest problem, because it’s easy to explain that there are bullies in the world! The problem is the rest of the girls in her class! Many of them are in her Sunday School class at church and are fellow GAs. She is perhaps a bit behind them in maturity. She seems more like an 8 year old. It doesn’t help that she is overweight. (But so was I and her two older sisters at that age, and we all weigh less than 110 lbs. now, so I’m sure it’s just a growing phase.) She is innocent and sweet and wants to get along with everyone, but the rest of the girls are in cliques and are not very friendly and welcoming. I know it goes with the age, but I also know it’s only going to get worse in Middle School. I tell her to keep her distance from the bully and make new friends, but nobody is willing to be friends.

    It is heartbreaking to see this beautiful girl so unhappy. I try to give her practical advice, and I tell her it’s a normal phase of growing up. Girls just seem to be that way at that age, but it doesn’t hurt any less. I have gotten her involved in activities outside of school, and hopefully she will be making some new friends through those, and I have encouraged her to make friends with girls who are younger, since she seems to have more in common with them. I’ve also told her not to try so hard. (Girls seem to smell weakness!)

    She knows God loves her the way she is and she prays about her situation, but do you have any coping mechanisms that I am missing? I know what she must be going through. I was a 5th grader once, but at least I had my own little group of misfit friends to hang out with, so we could all be rejected together!

  • admin says:

    Thank you for your comment Emily..however this contest was August. Please click here to enter September’s contest.

  • Emily says:

    My favorite verse is: 1 Timothy 1:15, “Here is a trustworthy saying that deserves full acceptance: Christ Jesus came into the world to save sinners—of whom I am the worst.” This verse makes me realize that I am a sinner and Christ came to die for a wretch like me.He loves me even though I am noth worthy. I would be so lost without my Lord Jesus Christ!

  • admin says:

    That is an awesome scripture!! Thanks so much!!

  • Asia says:

    12 Not that I have already attained, or am already perfected; but I press on, that I may lay hold of that for which Christ Jesus has also laid hold of me. 13 Brethren, I do not count myself to have apprehended; but one thing I do, forgetting those things which are behind and reaching forward to those things which are ahead, 14 I press toward the goal for the prize of the upward call of God in Christ Jesus.

    Philippians 3:12-14

    This is my favorite becuase it encourages me, becuase I know that I am not perfect, but I press on to leave the old things behide even though it is still a temptation. Pressing on in Christ. There is a reminder of who I am in Christ. Please count me in too.

  • admin says:

    These are great scriptures. Thanks for the comment. You both have been entered into the drawing.

  • Fladine says:

    Hell..My favorite scripture is Psalm 27:1.. The Lord is my light and my salvation; whom shall I fear? the Lord is the strength of my life; of whom shall I be afraid? This verse means so much to me.. Its tellin me that God is bigger than any person or any problem that I have. I shouldn’t be afraid of anything that comes before me. He is a light and he’ll shine in my life for ever. Please count me in the contest :-)

  • daniela says:

    hi! my favorite scripture for this season is Jeremiah 32:16
    “O Sovereign Lord! you made the heavens and earth by your strong hand
    and powerful arm.Nothing is too hard for you!” i love it because it reminds me of how great is our God and that no matter how big our problems might be he will deal with them with no effort needed! please count me in the contest :) thanks!

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