Friday, June 16, 2017

WHY READ THE BIBLE WHEN YOU CAN MEMORIZE IT AND THEN NOT HAVE TO WORRY ABOUT WHAT IS WRITTEN WITHIN ITS PAGES. Memorizing The Bible Is The Most Convenient Way Of Carry The Written Word On Your Person. For it is not only on your person but within your very mind.

Harry Riches

Harry Riches Answer requested by Diane Shatto

I once had a small New Testament with 6 point print that was pocket size, which I used to memorize Scripture as I traveled around or went for a walk. Today, we can access much more information on iphones. However, if you do not want to use too much data on your phone, you can always print out passages of Scripture, put the sheet of paper in your purse with the required verses or chapters and refer to that, rather than having to carry around a Bible.

Better still, memorizing Scripture has more benefits. In fact, memorizing passages such as John 3:1–21; John 1:1-18; Romans 5:1–10; Romans 8:1–30; Hebrews 5:7–6:12; Philippians 2:1–18; Matthew 5:1–20; Exodus 20:1–17; Psalm 1; Psalm 23; Malachi 3:6–12; 1 John 1.1–5:21. This way you can carry wonderful truths around in your head.

I think that memorizing Scripture in passages even surpasses carrying a pocket-sized Bible, because in doing so, we are able to develop the mind of Christ (1 Corinthians 2:16).

Memorizing Truths Of God Enables Us To Get A Perspective That Surpasses Reading

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