WHAT THE TOPICAL MEMORY SYSTEM CAN DO FOR YOU
•Freedom from anxiety. Memorizing and meditating on God's Word will
help you overcome worry. You can experience God's perfect peace by
having His promises written on your heart.
•Victory over sin. God's Word hidden in your heart is the sword of the
Spirit, available for battle at any time against sin and Satan.
Topical Memory System - Cost is $10.40 ordered directly from The Navigators.
Hide God's Word in Your Heart
If you want to memorize Scripture, but aren't sure what to memorize after you have finished any other program on memory, this is exactly what you need. These packages include memory verse cards in four different Bible versions—NIV, KJV, NASB, and NKJV.
Begin now to hide His word in your heart.
•Confidence in witnessing. One of the five series of verses in the Topical
Memory System will give you a workable plan for sharing the gospel.
•Spiritual fitness. Scripture memory will help you keep spiritually fit. You
will experience immediate benefits and become better equipped to meet
future needs and opportunities.
YOUR MEMORY IS GOOD
If you don't think so, consider all the information you know by
heart—your address and phone number, all the people you know by
name, details about your job, facts and figures about your favorite sport
or hobby, and so on. You see, your memory is pretty good after all.
Anything is easy to memorize when you really have an interest in it. This
kit includes the 72-page Navigators Scripture Memory Course book, verse
cards in four versions (KJV, NIV, NASB, and NKJV) and a handy wallet to
hold the cards currently being memorized.
Here are some helpful hints on what you will learn in this course. You
will learn how to review your verses on a daily basis. You will learn that
you can really consider a verse to be memorized after you have reviewed
it daily for seven weeks. You will find if you do this, then you will have
the verse for life. You will also learn how to establish a "back" review of
your old verses and how to periodically review them to keep them fresh.
To learn a verse, you need to quote it out loud and write it out on a piece
of paper. Quote the reference "fore" and "aft". Learn it in small phrases
at a time, and it is helpful to have a review partner to help you. You will
also learn that it is a great witnessing tool, since you can hand the cards
to anyone you know, and ask them to check out your memory.
Set yourself a goal of how many verses you want to memorize each week.
If it is one, then at the end of seven weeks, you will have seven. If it is
three a week, then you will have 21 in your current verse pack.
After you have reviewed them for seven weeks, take out the oldest three and place
them in another verse box that you review at least once a month. That
will keep them sharp.
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Discussion Questions for this page.
1. Make a list of all the Bible verses you can remember that have to deal with memory and meditation. Use a concondance or do a search on the Internet.
2. Pick out some key verses and begin to memorize them for your own personal growth.
3. Discuss with your mentor or the person you are mentoring, the importance of Scripture memory. Get in the habit of reviewing each other's verses, and remind each other often to keep going on this discipline.