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Why Memorize The Bible?

Bible memorization is not a popular subject today but that doesn't mean it is not important. I try to make it a habit in my life to intentionally take time to review and memorize various Bible passages and verses. Here are some benefits of memorizing Bible verses.

It makes meditation possible at times when I can’t be reading the Bible, and meditation is one of the most important ways to have a greater understanding of God's Word.

Memorizing Scripture strengthens my faith because faith comes by hearing and hearing by the Word of Christ, and you must hear the Word to memorize it.

It shapes the way I view the world by transforming my mind to come in line with God’s ways. (Romans 12:2)

Memorizing verses it makes God’s word more readily accessible for overcoming temptation to sin. (Psalms 119:11)

It guards my mind by making it easier to detect errors and false or questionable teaching.

Memorizing Scripture enables me to resist the devil. Simply look at the example of Jesus when the devil came to tempt Him.

It provides the words of promise, hope, and life for ministering to myself or others in times of need.

Memorizing Bible verses is an avenue of fellowship with Jesus because He talks to me through His Word.


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