You’ll Need Your Secret Decoder Pen Today!


Join me in for a little “Word” fun today.

 Alright “Word” scholars! I love word puzzles. I love hide and seek, and I love the Christmas classic, “The Christmas Story”; especially the suspenseful scene where Ralphie uses his Secret-Society, Little Orphan Annie, decoder pen! Many of you will be busy this weekend with Christmas and family so I thought I’d make today something different and fun. Here’s how it works (Don’t worry– it doesn’t say Drink more Ovaltine)

Here is an example of how it works. John 14:1 word #1 “Let not your heart be troubled: ye believe in God, believe also in me.” The word you should have written down to decode the message is “Let”. Get it? Good. (Oh and don’t use that one it was just an example.) **Also count any word in brackets.

Verse                                                              Word Choice #

Psalms 119:11                                                #1 & #2

Joshua 1:9                                                     #25

Psalms 46:11                                                 #13

1 Thessalonians 4:16-18                              #66

1 Timothy 6:8                                                #3

Colossians 3:23-24                                       #29

Acts 5:20                                                        #16

You should have an eight word phrase. Leave a comment on this post and I’ll let you know if you were right. 🙂 Good luck!


Philippians 4:11; Not that I speak in respect of want: for I have learned, in whatsoever state I am, [therewith] to be content.

Being content is a moment by moment reality.

The state of perpetual contentment.

Happiness in the space of what is and what will be with God.

A constant enjoyment of the present possibilities and opportunities.

It is a gift, a sense of wellness that perpetuates harmony and peace.

Merry Christmas! And God Bless!

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