Transformation Life Resources

Memory Verses

Below is a list of 120 bible verses used by the Colony of Mercy for memorization. Feel free to download this list for your own personal use or while on the waiting list.

Clearing Up Cannabis

The growing controversy and interest in Cannabis, better known in the United States as marijuana, is attributable to several factors: the rapid legalization or decriminalization of the substance, the debate across state lines and spiritual arenas regarding medical marijuana, and also the increasing interest in cannabidiol (CBD) oil. This all creates confusion and questions regarding […]


Abuse: A Biblical Perspective Abuse is wrong! Allowing someone to abuse you is wrong! Failure to help an abused person is wrong! “Husbands, love your wives and do not be bitter toward them.” – Colossians 3:19 “He who is slow to wrath has great understanding, but he who is impulsive exalts folly.” – Proverbs 14:29 “Or do you […]


Suffering: A Tool in God’s Hand “Human suffering is the experiencing or enduring of (what is perceived to be) extended or persistent pain or distress. Suffering may be physical, emotional, or spiritual in nature and origin, and may be caused by external or internal factors and/or influences.” – Robert Dunzweiler Suffering is an expected part of […]

The Tongue

The Tongue: A Biblical Perspective God has given us a wonderful resource, words. Our words can bring the best out in others, or the worst. We can empower others to strive and reach their potential, or we can tear them down or hold them back. Like any attribute, in the power of the Holy Spirit, […]


Anger: A Biblical Perspective Everyone gets angry at one time or another. Something happens in our life that doesn’t quite go the way we expect. We may have been wronged by a spouse, friend, co-worker, neighbor, etc. How we respond to these wrongdoings will either bring glory or dishonor to God. Here are some verses […]


Depression: Soul Trouble Many people suffer from what is called depression. It spans a wide spectrum of emotions – from disappointment to desperation, from feeling discouraged to suicidal. Depression will change a person’s countenance from upbeat to downtrodden, from hopeful to hopeless. With considerable problems of depression, it feels as though a fog has settled […]


Addiction: A Rule of the Puppet Kings No one wakes up one morning and says to himself, “Gee, I think I’ll be a crack addict today” or, “I think I’ll be an alcoholic.” But the reality of addiction is that it does take a soul as its prisoner. The writer of Hebrews refers to a […]


Acceptance: A Biblical Perspective Discontentment, anger, frustration, distraction, worry, strife, depression, etc., can all be indicative of a person who has failed to accept God, his circumstances, or other people. Matthew 22:37-39, “Jesus said to him, ‘You shall love the Lord your God with all your heart, with all your soul, and with all your […]

Sexual Addiction

Sexual Addiction: Looking for Love in all the Wrong Places The National Council on Sexual Addiction and Compulsivity has defined sexual addiction as: “engaging in persistent and escalating patterns of sexual behavior acted out despite increasing negative consequences to self and others” (From What is Sexual Addiction by Michael Herkov, Ph.D.). “Generally, addicts do not […]