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Memorizing Scripture has been proven to be an essential, life-giving practice for spiritual growth. Those who memorize passages from the Bible can point to how it's given them greater assurance of God's love and a deeper understanding of how to follow Jesus. In this new resource by two leaders of the worldwide missional church movement, Scripture memorization is put to new Memorizing Scripture has been proven to be an essential, life-giving practice for spiritual growth. Those who memorize passages from the Bible can point to how it's given them greater assurance of God's love and a deeper understanding of how to follow Jesus. In this new resource by two leaders of the worldwide missional church movement, Scripture memorization is put to new use, helping believers in Jesus to become active partners in proclaiming and demonstrating that the Kingdom of God is living and active and good for the world. Join Michael Frost and Graham Hill on this journey into the Bible, learn how your brain can be formed and transformed by the Scriptures, and find yourself better equipped to live and declare the good news of Jesus Christ. Special features: The "Kingdom Impact Memory System" includes 40 memory verses, each in 4 translations: NIV, ESV, NLT, and MSG The tear-out verse cards use the BELLS method from the bestselling Surprise the World: Blessing others, Eating together, Learning Christ, Listening to the Spirit, Being Sent with a Missionary Focus Follows the familiar, easy-to-use approach of the Topical Memory System 20-week study immerses readers in each BELLS theme and accompanying memory verses Appendixes provide alternative schedules for regular study and memorization A recommended reading list supplements each theme in the BELLS method


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Memorizing Scripture has been proven to be an essential, life-giving practice for spiritual growth. Those who memorize passages from the Bible can point to how it's given them greater assurance of God's love and a deeper understanding of how to follow Jesus. In this new resource by two leaders of the worldwide missional church movement, Scripture memorization is put to new Memorizing Scripture has been proven to be an essential, life-giving practice for spiritual growth. Those who memorize passages from the Bible can point to how it's given them greater assurance of God's love and a deeper understanding of how to follow Jesus. In this new resource by two leaders of the worldwide missional church movement, Scripture memorization is put to new use, helping believers in Jesus to become active partners in proclaiming and demonstrating that the Kingdom of God is living and active and good for the world. Join Michael Frost and Graham Hill on this journey into the Bible, learn how your brain can be formed and transformed by the Scriptures, and find yourself better equipped to live and declare the good news of Jesus Christ. Special features: The "Kingdom Impact Memory System" includes 40 memory verses, each in 4 translations: NIV, ESV, NLT, and MSG The tear-out verse cards use the BELLS method from the bestselling Surprise the World: Blessing others, Eating together, Learning Christ, Listening to the Spirit, Being Sent with a Missionary Focus Follows the familiar, easy-to-use approach of the Topical Memory System 20-week study immerses readers in each BELLS theme and accompanying memory verses Appendixes provide alternative schedules for regular study and memorization A recommended reading list supplements each theme in the BELLS method

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  1. 5 out of 5

    Ezechel

    They brought scripture memorization up to date for me. I memorized dozens of verses back in the days, and I still remember most of them. It's not like I decided along the way it was uncool or unnecessary to memorize scripture, but somehow as my understanding of God and his mission was maturing, my memorized verses were not keeping up with the new ideas, and they were still stuck in Sunday school and the Romans road to salvation. So this is exactly what I needed: a new reminder on the importance o They brought scripture memorization up to date for me. I memorized dozens of verses back in the days, and I still remember most of them. It's not like I decided along the way it was uncool or unnecessary to memorize scripture, but somehow as my understanding of God and his mission was maturing, my memorized verses were not keeping up with the new ideas, and they were still stuck in Sunday school and the Romans road to salvation. So this is exactly what I needed: a new reminder on the importance of memorization, plus a new set of verses that better express my theology today. On top of that as my kids were going to Awana before Covid and started to memorize their verses I was often uneasy about two things: the insistence on KJV and a language 5 year old don't understand, and their overt nationalism - with the risk that kids get the message that the Bible, God, the flag and the country belong to the same category. But we kept at it, since we had no alternative and memorizing is good, right? But now we do have an alternative. We're gonna put this in practice, let's go.

  2. 4 out of 5

    Mary Thomas

    I'm passionate about Scripture memory, so this was right up my alley! I joined a Zoom group that was studying this book. Reading it on hoopla on my phone wasn't as ideal as having the book myself, but this way, I didn't have to pay for it. There were some good insights and tips in the front half of the book. I'm currently working through the verses to memorize. I appreciate the emphasis on justice and the marginalized and also on how to apply these verses. I'm hoping to read the companion book s I'm passionate about Scripture memory, so this was right up my alley! I joined a Zoom group that was studying this book. Reading it on hoopla on my phone wasn't as ideal as having the book myself, but this way, I didn't have to pay for it. There were some good insights and tips in the front half of the book. I'm currently working through the verses to memorize. I appreciate the emphasis on justice and the marginalized and also on how to apply these verses. I'm hoping to read the companion book soon.

  3. 4 out of 5

    Tim Littleford

    This resource argues for and sets you up with everything you need to cultivate a habit of memorising scripture. Intentionally pairs with Michael Frost's 'Suprise the World". This resource argues for and sets you up with everything you need to cultivate a habit of memorising scripture. Intentionally pairs with Michael Frost's 'Suprise the World".

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    Kristofer Strid

    Fantastiskt innehåll, men funkar inte riktigt som ljudbok!

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