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Publication Date: 2002
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Memorizing Scripture . . . memorizing passages of Scripture will change you - the way you think, the way you live, the way you know God.
We want to memorize Scripture, we really do but so many other things become our priority. The kids need to be fed, the laundry done, and a work schedule negotiated. So, we daily strive without doing the most important thing, the best thing - putting God's Word in our hearts and minds. And then we wonder why - Why am I not growing? Why do I still struggle with this same sin? Why is my family faltering?
The good news is YOU can do it. In this updated classic, Janet Pope will share practical tips and strategies - including how to harness technology - to enable you to start memorizing the living Word today.
I would love to meet this author in person. She comes across as such a spiritual and humble person! If that is what memorizing scripture does to a person then we should all get busy! I gave this book 5/5 stars. I thought the advice was practical and the personal examples informative. You will come away with a better understanding of why we should memorize scripture and a simple way to start. I would recommend this book to anyone who is interested in scripture and how it can benefit them as a Christian.
I would like to thank the publisher for the copy of this book I enjoyed reading. I gave an honest review based on my opinion of what I read.
Review by Irene Grove, September 24, 2013
ShoopetteIndianaAge: 25-34Gender: female5 Stars Out Of 5"His Word in My Heart" ReviewNovember 12, 2013ShoopetteIndianaAge: 25-34Gender: femaleQuality: 5Value: 4Meets Expectations: 4The biggest takeaway I received from this book, His Word in My Heart, is the idea of memorizing entire passages (and even books!) of the Bible rather than picking verses here and there. This makes so much sense. It makes for an easier way to memorize since one verse flows into the next, and it keeps you from taking a verse out of context.
The only thing that I would claim to be a negative for this book was that the NetGalley e-book that I received was not formatted correctly during the parts of the book where the author would write out in detail how to memorize Psalm 1 and Titus. These outlines were gibberish with correct words in between. So, I didn't really get the whole outline of how to break these passages down in order to memorize them. I will have to just make a plan on my own.
One other really great thing about this book, however, was that I thought that the author was very encouraging. She has memorized so many books and passages of the Bible, and she knows that anyone can do it if they just try. I was encouraged to start memorizing Psalm 1 (starting just this morning), and I almost have the first verse down. Who wants to join me?
His Word in My Heart is an easy-to-read and encouraging book that will motivate and help anyone to memorize the Word of God and apply it to their lives.