What Words Do You Hear?
Choose what you pay attention to. One way to change our hearts is through our minds.
Memorizing scripture is a spiritual discipline we can use to make that journey from head to heart. Spending time with the Living Word through his written words can be transforming. It builds relationship. It honors the Lord.
Time invested with God will last forever.
Resources to Memorize Scripture
Do you want more resources to memorize scripture?
I’m sharing this morning at the Enjoy the Word online Bible conference about memorizing scripture. Here is a downloadable PDF with some resources I’ll be sharing there and want to share with you here.
For more resources, see Tips and Resources for Memorizing Bible Verses.
Here you’ll find tips and resources for memorizing Bible verses and chapters, reviews on books about memory, lists of verses to learn, and more.
Memorize a Chapter in 31 Days
For resources on memorizing a whole chapter in 31 days, see Tools to Memorize a Bible Chapter.
At the end of 31 days, you’ll not only have memorized a chapter of the Bible, but you’ll have a working pattern to memorize any chapter or portion of scripture that you choose.
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Here’s a sneak preview of my session at the conference. The conference began May 2, but because it’s online, you can still register and watch all the speakers any time. I’ve really been encouraged by the other speakers. (And as a bonus, I’m also loving the Facebook Live talks after each session.)
Do you have a favorite memory verse? Do you have a favorite Bible chapter (memorized or not)? Please share in the comments.
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