Bible Memorization – Psalm 29:11

It’s time for me to pick a new Bible memory verse, Psalm 29:11.

I think that Bible memorization is important for adults, too, not just children. I try to memorize the verses I post. If sometimes, life prevents me from memorizing the whole verse, I have at least become familiar with the content of the verse and can look it up if the need arises.

 

 

The Lord will give strength to His people; The Lord will bless His people with peace.


Psalm 29:11   NKJV


Anyone want to join me in memorizing a verse? I’d be glad for anyone to join me. Use my verse, or choose your own.
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  1. Thank you for sharing! I actually do want to memorize bible verses. I am always so jealous when people say the perfect bible verse depending on the situation!
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  2. Hi, Linda! What a great verse! Just wanted to let you know of a free resource to help in your memorization quest–ScriptureTyper.com. My husband developed Scripture Typer a few years ago for our family, and it has become one of the very top Google results for Bible memory. The site is free. It enables you to memorize by typing your verses and thus harnessing your kinesthetic (or touch) memory. You can create your own verse library, and Scripture Typer will remind you to review your verses on a set schedule, which is super helpful for long-term retention. It’s also fun to watch your Verse Library grow! The iPhone/iPad app (Android app under development and coming soon!) also has additional features, including flash cards, drawing your verses out, and audio playback so you can record your verses and listen back to them. For general memorizing as a homeschooler, we also have a sister site, MemoryTyper.com that helps you memorize anything! Anyway, just wanted to pass this along. Hope it helps you, as that is our desire–to make it easier for God’s kids to memorize His Word! Thanks, Linda! Blessings, McKenzie