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Memorize the Bible!: The Comprehensive Guide to Memorizing Bible Verses, Facts and More! Paperback – April 29, 2013
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The excuses for not memorizing the Bible often sound like this, "Memorizing is boring. Memorizing is painful. I'd love to memorize Bible verses. But honestly, I just can't stand memorizing."
But memorizing the Bible does NOT have to be boring or painful -- let me show you secrets from the ancient art of memory used by today's top memory champions and memory experts to learn the Bible by heart!
There is great joy and spiritual riches in learning the Bible "by heart." The ancient Hebrews knew large portions of Scripture by heart and the Bible served as their only text of instruction. The Hebrew child was expected to have knowledge of the Scriptures stored in the treasury of their heart. A question often poised to Jewish children was, "Tell me your verse."
Many Christians today want to memorize the Bible, but feel they cannot because they have a poor memory. But the fact is YOU do NOT have a poor memory. You only have a poorly trained memory. Why? Because today's educational system hasn't taught you the principles of memory.
Let the word of Christ dwell in you richly...
You have the desire to learn God's word by heart, but you're not sure how. Perhaps you've tried to memorize the Bible before and failed. You thought to yourself, "I just can't memorize Bible verses -- I'm too old."
Let me assure you, you can memorize chapters of the Bible at a time if you so desire. It's true -- you really can memorize chapters of the Bible in days not months with the memory systems I teach you.
Martin Luther knew very well the power of Scripture and knowing it by heart -- his knowledge and use of Scripture drove the Reformation.
Luther comments on his own memory, "I had then already read and taught the sacred Scriptures most diligently privately and publicly for seven years, so that I knew them nearly all by memory."
I believe Dallas Willard, professor of Philosophy, summed up Bible memorization best when he wrote:
"Bible memorization is absolutely fundamental to spiritual formation. If I had to choose between all the disciplines of the spiritual life, I would choose Bible memorization, because it is a fundamental way of filling our minds with what it needs. 'This book of the law shall not depart out of your mouth.' That's where you need it! How does it get in your mouth? Memorization."
Get Started Memorizing the Bible TODAY!
You have a near unlimited potential and capacity for memorizing the Bible. I have used these techniques for over 10 years to memorizing everything from Bible verses to learning Biblical Hebrew and more.
In this Book You Will Learn How-To:
- Memorize Bible Verses
- Memorize Bible Facts & "Trivia"
- Memorize Bible Lists
- Memorize the 66 Books of the Bible
- And More!
Invest in your memory today with this book and amaze yourself with how easy it is to memorize the Bible.
About the Author
After finding a copy of Harry Loranyne's "The Memory Book" in 1996 in his parents attic, Blair was hooked on learning "mnemonics," or memory helps.
Mr. Kasfeldt began teaching mnemonic methods for Biblical languages and theological studies in 2011.
His primary interest is in researching and teaching ancient memory techniques applied to theological and Scriptural subjects.
Other Publications by Blair Kasfeldt
He is the author of the best-selling, "Biblical Hebrew: Vocabulary Made Easy!" and the innovative system of learning Hebrew grammar, "Biblical Hebrew Made Easy! The Triad System."
His childrens' book "My Body Remembers The 10 Commandments" has been a helpful memory boon for children and adults alike!
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Blair Kasfeldt holds a B.A. in Theology and Biblical Languages as well as a M.A.from Concordia Theological Seminary in Ft. Wayne, IN where he currently resides.
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So, why did i buy it then ?? I was looking for ways to work on the Hebrew alphabet and language - and this guy writes some "memory" books for that also.
Sorry to say - but if this is what i will get in those other books - i may be better off employing my quirky and (dys) functional methods to get through the Hebrew language as well.