1. I find a verse to memorize.
2. First I try to get the verse itself (minus the reference; for example Titus 3:4) memorized. Wording too.
3. I say it out loud and try to meditate (think about it) it throughout my day, checking it to see if I got the words right (this is hard)
4. Once I get the words down, I begin associating it with the reference. I pretty much repeat step 3, adding the reference to my meditation.
5. I need to continually review and apply what I memorize lest I lose it, as if you don’t use it, you lose it.
This is from my more-updated Tumblr. Search up Nekobornagain and follow. I hope to post here more. Hope these ripe inspire and help YOU to memorize Scripture—God’s Word can save us in temptation! 🙂 God bless.
44 Therefore be ye also ready: for in such an hour as ye think not the Son of man cometh.
Biblos.com: Search, Read, Study the Bible in Many Languages.
A friend on Christian Anime Alliance gave me the link to this site. Got homework so I can’t check it out now but it looks awesome! It has a lot of Bible study resources! Check it out!
School’s been in. I have to suffer through studying the squares and cubes of numbers up to 20, so I’ve really had to cut back on my play and yes, even blog time. However, this is kinda good. Ya know, there’s only 24 hours in a day. You’ve got a lot of stuff you want to do and not enough time to get it done. So when you’re crunched for time, your priorities really become obvious.
So guys, look at what you spend time doing—I’m talking about your free time, not things you are forced to do, like school. You may be surprised. I hope your priorities revolve around the Lord! ~Neko ❤
(NET) Lamentations 3:22 The LORD’s loyal kindness never ceases; his compassions never end.