Throughout this series I hope you have seen glimpses of why the Nicene Creed has been used in Christian worship for over a millennium. It is beautifully composed, and in it we affirm things about the Triune God that ought to lead us to praise.
As I mentioned last week, part of the point of reciting a Creed regularly is to engrain the truths presented in the creed into your mind, body, and soul.
The Creed is many things, but it is also an exercise to build muscle memory for when you need it most. Recite it often, yourself, and with your students. Let the biblical language soak into your bones so that God can use it to sustain you when your mind can not.
As odd as it will seem the first few times you do it, I would encourage you to start reciting the Creed together with your family, small group, or other body of Christians.