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In this Video is the story of how a man went from collecting comic books and trading cards to collecting the words of scripture in his heart.
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This is a story about Michael. Years ago Michael was what many people might call a comic book nerd. He collected his action figures, read superhero comic books, painted armies of small model Warriors and competitively played in trading card game tournaments. The story gets interesting when Michael bought a Bible at a used bookstore and decided to start reading and highlighting that Bible. As Michael read, he changed. He kept reading and highlighting and reading and highlighting until he had spent more money on highlighters then he had spent on the Bible itself. Michael stopped buying action figures. He stopped playing trading card games. Then Michael wanted to bring together his newfound love for the Bible and his old love of trading cards. Soon after Bible Armory was born. And he began to publish the Bible on cards that can fit in your pocket.
You can find Michael and these Bible Armory scripture memory cards at BibleArmory.com and on YouTube and Facebook. Please help support Bible Armory by liking Bible Armory on Facebook and subscribing on YouTube. There are many struggles in this life so remember: the Bible is the Armory where we may equip for the struggle.

Bible Armory is a ministry with the objective of bringing the Bible before the people so that they may be equipped with the Word of God for the struggles of life.

The primary methods of achieving this objective are utilizing YouTube and Social Media and the printing of Scripture memory cards.

King David describes the mission of Bible Armory in Psalm 119:11.

Thy word have I hid in mine heart,
That I might not sin against thee.

David understood that a function of hiding the Word in our heart is so that we might not sin against the Lord.
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