Mega Memory Month and Bible in 90 Days- Third Update

Sunday, January 16, 2011

I am on two adventures right now...Mega Memory Month (trying to memorize Psalms 27) and the Bible in 90 Days.  Here's a quick update....

I am getting near the end of Psalms 27.  I have the last three or four verses to solidify in my brain.  Here are a few pictures of how I have my memory system set up:

First of all I use a Moleskine with pockets.  I have pasted on the inside of the cover these instructions (for day 1, 2, and 3)  for memory work on longer passages of the Bible.
Here are my verse cards...I printed these off from this site.

My second challenge is reading through the Bible again in 90 days.  So far I am right on target and going strong.  I have read through Leviticus and Numbers which have typically been tough for me. I have to admit that the second time around of reading these books has gone much smoother than the first time!  I am getting familiar with the material so it is just making a bit more sense.  There are not a lot of verses that strike me in these books, but one of them did as it correlates to my memory work...

I am memorizing Psalms 27:6

And now my head shall be lifted up

  above my enemies all around me,
and I will offer in his tent
sacrifices with shouts of joy;
 I will sing and make melody to the LORD.

I read this past week Leviticus 26:13

 I am the LORD your God, who brought you out of Egypt so that you would no longer be slaves to the Egyptians; I broke the bars of your yoke and enabled you to walk with heads held high.


Katia said...

That is truly a very powerful verse form Leviticus. We too were in Egypt before finding Jesus and His love. he set us free from the bondage of sin.
Have a wonderful blessed week of reading.

Guiding Light said...

Enjoyed your post! I am doing B90 as well. Blessings!

Ann Kroeker said...

I love how you found the overlap in your two mega projects--we walk with heads held high because of our great, powerful God who lifts up the humble and frees us from the bondage of sin, as Katia said above.

Thank you for posting pictures of your organizational approach. As you may have noted from my own update, I'm not the most sequential, organized gal. But, oh, how I admire those who are! You inspire!

Anonymous said...

Hi, I'm stopping by from Group #17 in the B90 Challenge!

May you feel blessed in this week's reading :)