How to Memorize the Bible Quick and Easy in 5 Simple Steps

  • by Adam Houge
  • Narrated by Michael Griffith
  • 1 hrs and 31 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

Have you ever wanted to know the scriptures like the back of your hand? How would you like to be able to quote any scripture off the top of your head when you need it most?
There are many techniques that are available for memorizing today. However, some of these may be more hype than practical. Although they may provide an interesting read, when it comes time for practical application, those techniques tend to be a dud. There are methods, however, which have been perfected over thousands of years. Utilizing these methods there are many people who have memorized entire books word for word.
In this book you will discover a real working method that will propel your ability to recall scripture like you never thought possible. This method is a very simple 5 step process that will help you increase your knowledge of the scriptures like never before. How to memorize the bible quick and easy in 5 simple steps was written by a preacher who has memorized entire epistles and books word for word throughout the bible. In this book he will outline the exact 5 step method he has used.


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Customer Reviews

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No application, just methods

I thought this would teach you some verses. But it's just telling you to pick a designated quiet spot in your home, make sure you're not tired so drink coffee, ask the Lord for help and then memorize. No application. Sad.
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- myszjenny

Excellent guide to Bible memorization

This was my second Adam Houge book and it was well worth the price.

It is as valuable for what it tells you to do as it is for what it tells you not to do. Houge reviews various memorization methods and explains to the listener why some methods are somewhat useful, other methods are more useful, and some others (used in other religions) are virtually useless for attempting to memorize God's Word. This good, better, and best approach helped me to filter out some of the less useful methods and focus on what works.

I just finished reading it, so I can't say that I've put it into practice, yet, but Bible memorization is a goal of mine, and I can't wait to try out his methods because they make a lot of sense to me.
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Book Details

  • Release Date: 10-20-2014
  • Publisher: Living Tree Publishing