Bible Memory

Psalm 119:11 NKJV

"Your word I have hidden in my heart,
That I might not sin against You.
Blessed are You, O LORD!
Teach me Your statutes.
With my lips I have declared
All the judgments of Your mouth.
I have rejoiced in the way of Your testimonies,
As much as in all riches.
I will meditate on Your precepts,
And contemplate Your ways.
I will delight myself in Your statutes;
I will not forget Your word."

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The keys to memorizing Scripture are repetition and constant exposure.  You can do this a couple different ways.  Start by writing out the verse on a few index cards that you place in strategic spots (kitchen counter, bathroom mirror, desktop, bedside table, etc.)  Everytime you see the verse, read it.  Also, get a spiral notebook with lined paper and write out the verse each morning, skipping a line between each entry.  Keep repeating this each day until you've memorized the verse.  Start a new page when you start memorizing a new verse.

More Ideas for Reviewing Memorized Scripture

If you want a more detailed system for reviewing memorized Scripture verses, a homeschool mom shared with me a system that can be viewed at SimplyCharlotteMason.com.

Another homeschool mom shared with me her "fun, visual reminder" system for reviewing memorized Scripture.  She calls it the "Our Daily Bread" box.

Tobi Pawson's "Our Daily Bread" box              (Word)              (PDF)