Monday, May 21, 2012

"Amazing Bible Memory" Monday

Many of us think it is impossible to memorize long portions of scripture. Here is a link (scroll down when you get to the web page) to someone who has proven otherwise. Meet the Bible memory man, Tom Meyer. And if you are in the Cincinnati area this coming July you might want to meet him in person, too.  He has some  memorization hints at the website, too, that go far beyond my method of using index cards. His ability tends to verify the success of his method.  So go watch, and read, and be inspired. Then get busy memorizing!

Here are some verses from this week's schedule that you might like to commit to memory. And there is one that I forgot to mention last week. (How did that happen?)

  • I Samuel 15:22
  • I Samuel 16:7
  • I Samuel 17:45
  • Romans 10:8-10
  • Romans 10:14
  • Romans 10:17
  • Or perhaps the passage: Romans 10:9-17
  • Romans 11:33
  • Romans 12:1-2
  • Romans 12:10
  • Romans 13:8
And the verse I neglected to list last week:
  • Romans 1:16
Like I said then, maybe it would be a good idea to memorize the whole book of Romans so that you don't miss any good ones.  Tom Meyer might be the inspiration I need to do that. :)

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