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Memory Device for Deuteronomy 10:12-13

| Jan 10, 2016

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And now, Israel, what does the LORD your God require of you, but to fear the LORD your God, to walk in all his ways, to love him, to serve the LORD your God with all your heart and with all your soul, 13and to keep the commandments and statutes of the LORD, which I […]

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A Sweet Legacy of Bible Memorization

| Mar 10, 2013

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In a recent post at desiringGod.org, John Piper talks about the legacy of Bible memorization at Bethlehem Baptist Church. He writes, At the core of [our commitment to Bible memorization] is what we call the Fighter Verse program. This is a church-wide encouragement for young and old to memorize together each week a portion of […]

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A Simple Tip for Retention

| Jan 4, 2013

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The Fighter Verses program includes 52 different verses over the course of a year. As we move from week to week and incorporate new verses, it’s important to retain what has already been memorized. The simplest way to retain the past verses is to review them each week before starting the new verses. For example, […]

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Grasping Paul’s Thought: 13 Important Chapters

| Mar 30, 2012

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This week’s verse from Ephesians 4 is immensely practical. It’s about how we talk. And yet, it’s also embedded within a larger demonstration of the apostle Paul’s theology. Paul’s practice throughout his epistles is a 1-2 punch of both indicative and imperative. The commands to do are always rooted in the who we are in […]

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Memorizing the Book of Philippians

| Mar 17, 2011

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Philippians is a marvelous book. Due to its weighty content and shorter length, it is a great book to memorize in its entirety (see our extended memory set). Memorizing an entire book may seem far-fetched to you, but it’s not as hard as you may think. If you’re interested but reluctant, here are a few […]

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