Mar 04

Memorization CardTonight I put together my first memorization card. The first step is to memorize the references in order from the first book to the last book. Then to memorize each portion of scripture.

You take a verse and read it over 10 times. Then you cover the scripture and recite it from memory.

The next day you recite what you have learned and then learn a new verse. The following 15 portions of scripture contain 33 verses. After you memorize all the portions you recite them each day for 30 days. After that you recite them once a month. In this way you can memorize 30 portions of scripture or subjects. I would like to memorize a book like Colossians, parts of books like 1st Corinthians chapter 13, Romans chapters 6-8, and a number of other subjects.

My first subject matter to memorize is Mosaic Law Passed. It has kind of been a struggle to memorize a list of “doctrinal” scriptures as I would much rather memorize scriptures that are more practical. But I think it is important for all Christians to understand the difference between the old covenant and the new covenant.

The atonement, regeneration, freedom from sin, selfless life, growing in grace, conditional security, and the difference between the old covenant and the new covenant are foundational doctrines that all Christians need to understand clearly.

Mosaic Law Passed:

Mat 5:17-18 not pass until fulfilled, came to fulfill
Luk 16:16 law until John
Luk 24:44 all things must be fulfilled
Acts 13:29 fulfilled all that was written of him
Rom 6:14 not under the law
Rom 7:4 dead to the law
Rom 10:4 Christ is the end of the law
2Cor 3:6-12 was to be, which is done away
Gal 3:19 was added till Christ
Gal 3:24-25 no longer under schoolmaster
Gal 4:22-31 cast out the bondwoman
Gal 5:18 not under the law
Heb 7:11-12 change of the law
Heb 8:6-13 not faultless, old, decaying, ready to vanish away
Heb 10:9 take away the first covenant

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