Congratulations on accepting Christ. There is so much to be excited about, but I am sure you have discovered there is many areas of your life that is changing and will continue to change. One of the first things you will need is a Bible. As a new Christian, you might be confused about where to start. Learning the Bible takes time and perseverance, but do not worry, the more you are in the scriptures the easier it becomes
The Purpose of Scripture Memory
A simple way to start growing in your new found faith is to memorize scripture! Committing scripture to memory begins the work of writing God’s Word on your heart and living it out. You are now a disciple . Therefore, you are called to be a learner of God’s Word and to live that out so others can see Jesus in your life. There is no better way to start your journey than to commit verses to memory and start your journey to transformation.
Scripture Memory is Biblical
Here are a few biblical reasons to make scripture memory a new daily habit:
- Renews mind and helps you focus on God’s ways
- Transforms your heart to become Christ like
- It is your weapon against temptation
- Helps you understand God’s character
- Gives you Wisdom
Growing in God’s Word With Scripture Memory
Memorizing scripture really does not have to be difficult. Some may fear their abilities to actually remember the verses! At iWrite Bible we recommend writing the verses you are memorizing. There is a science behind handwriting and the brains ability to retain the information it is reading and comprehending. This works the same way with scripture memory. Check out this blog post for more information on how hand writing can help you memorize scripture faster.
10 Popular Verses to Commit to Memory TODAY!
Christians today have gotten very creative with the ways they write and interact with scripture. Bible journaling has become very popular. Using color, symobols, stickers or drawing can enhance your creativity as you work towards memorizing scripture.
In just 2 mintutes a day, you can transform you life by memorizing these verses:
- Genesis 1:1
- Deuteronomy 11:18
- Psalm 1:1
- Job 42:2
- Psalm 119:9
- John 1:1
- John 3:16
- Ephesians 6:12
- 2 Timothy 1:7
- Revelation 1:3
Become a Confident Learner of the Bible
Ensuring your growth as a new Christian is our goal at iWrite Bible! With a simple plan in place you can take your faith to the next level with confidence. Be sure to check out our Scripture Writing Devotionals!