#ScriptureMemory #covid19

How is your scripture memory?

I find the more I read the Word, I begin to increase my ability to learn scriptures and they seem to stay in my head. And then they come out at the right time – I guess that’s the Holy Spirit working.

With the #washyourhands instruction, this verse Psalm 24 came to mind:

“Who may ascend the mountain of the Lord? Who may stand in his holy place? The one who has clean hands and a pure heart.”

That’s challenging! Does God look at me and see that I have clean hands AND a pure heart?

Why not use this time to memorise some scripture?


Psalm 42

“As the deer pants for streams of water, so my soul pants for you, my God.”

Many times Psalms will say, as with Psalm 42, that it is for the director of music. So why don’t we sing it? I mean, we need to hide His word in our hearts (Read Psalm 119:11 –

So when we sing songs based on or straight from scripture, we’re memorizing it and hiding it in our hearts. When our soul is longing for God (which is all the time) we can sing and praise Him with His Word!

Read Psalm 42 here:

What are other ways we can hide His Word in our heart?



Maybe getting to know our great beeeg God is a bit overwhelming. Where do we even start? How do we get to know God when we don’t see Him physically? Over the next few Mondays, let’s look at some practical ways on getting to Jesus J


The Bible is God on paper. Get to know the Bible. Be intentional about reading your Bible. When the notification for WS posts come through, open it up, read it, read the portion of scripture being used – maybe read the whole chapter where the verse comes from, even if it’s not part of the post.

Read Psalm 119:9-16 (