Quick Thought:  Brush Your Brain

Every few years or so I get a kick out of pulling up TV commercials from the 1950’s and 70’s and 90’s to see just how much society has changed… like this:

… and it immediately hit me that Bible memory on a regular, systematic basis is like brushing one’s spiritual  breath.

And speaking of brushing, we wouldn’t even THINK about (that reminds me of a funny street sign I once saw which read, “Don’t even THINK about parking here”) starting or ending a day WITHOUT brushing our teeth; how much even more important is it to brush our brain, our mind, with the water of the Word.

Every day.  Every night.

  • “… meditate on it [the Bible] day and night…” (Joshua 1:8)
  • “… mediates [on the Bible] day and night…” (Psalm 1:2)

(At a minimum… preferably many times in between, too.)

  • “O how I love Thy law! [the Bible]  It is my meditation all the day.” (Psalm 119:97)

“Brush your breath with Dentyne” is cute… “Brush your brain  with the Bible” is crucial.

Share this post with, well, EVERYONE!


Quick Thought:  Number One Wish

My number one wish in life, my foremost desire by far is simply to be like Christ.  I.e., to exhibit…

Compassion  (for all – 1 Thessalonians 3:12; Colossians 3:12)
Heart  (for the lost, for His children, for our heavenly Father and for His Word – the entire Bible 🙂 )
Righteousness  (via the working of the Word within and Holy Spirit – John 17:17, Psalm 19:7; Titus 3:5, Galatians 5:22-23)
Integrity  (in everything, big and small – Hebrews 13:18)
Selflessness/Self-sacrifice (best described in Philippians 2:3-11)
Truth  (John 14:6)

Share this post with, well, EVERYONE!


Not For Nothin’!

I’ve never been a supplement kind of guy, opting instead to get my nutrition via a balanced diet, from the food I eat – but even I know that they’re not called “daily vitamins” for nothin’!

It’s because for maximum effectiveness they should be consumed daily.  And that’s exactly  how it is with the Bible, too!

For maximum effectiveness, it should be consumed every single day.

Why?  Because the “default setting” for fallen flesh is sinfulness.  Those who haven’t yet been redeemed and come to a saving knowledge of Christ are “dead” spiritually…

  • “And you were dead in your trespasses and sins” (Ephesians 2:1)

… but even for believers it’s like going up the down  escalator:  our not-yet-transformed flesh is constantly trying to “pull down” our new inner man, our spirit, and even the greatest Christian of all time in my opinion, the Apostle Paul, struggled with and often lost the battle even though the war was won years before thanks to a certain occupied cross and empty tomb.

  • “For I know that nothing good dwells in me, that is, in my flesh; for the wishing is present in me, but the doing of the good is not.  For the good that I wish, I do not do; but I practice the very evil that I do not wish.” (Romans 7:18-19)

And make no mistake about it, it is indeed an all-out war.

  • “For the flesh sets its desire against the Spirit, and the Spirit against the flesh; for these are in opposition to [at enmity with] one another, so that you may not do the things that you please. [Which harkens back perfectly to the just-cited Romans 7:18-19]” (Galatians 5:17)

A war which has indeed been won, yes, but – as discussed in-depth in a prior post – the Bible is crystal clear that what separates true believers (which Jesus famously referred to as “wheat”) and false ones (“chaff”) is whether a person practices righteousness or sin, so seems like a good idea to fight the battles versus “resting on one’s laurels” because it’s that consistent over-time demonstrated goodness which grants us much confidence in our salvation, that it’s genuine, which produces a strong sense of eternal security within.

So if we want to conquer the constant down-direction-by-default escalator called life, it’s a good idea to take one’s spiritual vitamins DAILY, too, for maximum effectiveness.  And those are, of course, the 31,102 verses in the Bible.  The “my words” of Proverbs 4:20, of which it’s revealed and confirmed just two verses later (also discussed in-depth in a prior post):

  • “they are life to those who find them, and health to all their whole body.” (Proverbs 4:22)

And while it’s healthy and good to read it, it’s even better to study it… and best of all to memorize, to truly ingest  it, to get it within you so it can stick around for a long, long time.

  • “Let the word of Christ richly dwell within you” (Colossians 3:16) (note that it doesn’t say “dwell” but “RICHLY dwell”… and not in a vacuum or cupboard or drawer but “WITHIN you”)

Because that’s what’s most conducive for steady meditation.  And as I often say, in a tweak of the well-known Reader’s Digest section, meditation  is the best medication.

  • “This book of the law [i.e., the Bible] shall not depart from your mouth, but you shall meditate on it day and night, so that you may be careful to do according to all that is written in it; for then you will make your way prosperous, and then you will have success.” (Joshua 1:8)

Indeed, Bible memory is the epitome of preventative  medicine.

  • “Thy word have I hidden in my heart, so that I may not sin against Thee.” (Psalm 119:11)

(Infinitely better than “an apple” but at least they got it right in the second half of that famous adage!)

Our great “daily vitamin”!  Our perfect “pill”!  May we not fail to take  it.

Every day.

  • “O how I love Thy law!  It is my meditation all the day.” (Psalm 119:97)

Amen to that!

Indeed, this is the whole purpose of BibleMemory.ORG – to “practice what I preach” and memorize the entire Bible… and then to Educate, Encourage, and Empower others to do likewise!  If YOU would like to help make that happen, to (literally) MAKE HISTORY together, simply click on the Donate button at the top of the Side Panel on the right and keep me and this history-making undertaking in your regular prayers – I’ll definitely be needing them!

Share this post with, well, EVERYONE!


In = Out

I remember my very first day in high school computer class.  The teacher started with an overview, by stating the overarching principle which regulates computers and programming…

“Garbage in, garbage out.”

He was of course referring to the fact that a computer’s (hardware) or program’s (software) output is only as good as the input.  What flows out is only as good as what was put in.

We understand this fully and immediately when it comes to computers but that’s also EXACTLY how it is with the human mind!

Like the famous public health ad campaign from yesteryear said, “You are what you eat!”  That’s not an untrue statement in terms of physical health but truer still is this:  “You are what you think!”  (We aren’t always what we think we are… but what we think, we are.)

  • “As a man thinks within himself, so is he.” (Proverbs 23:7)

Which is why it’s so important, so utterly crucial that we properly manage what we think.

Every day.

Every hour.

Indeed, every minute.

For centuries, good parents have kept repeating the phrase to their children, “Mind your manners.”  That’s excellent advice… but this is even better:  Mind your mind!

Doing just that one thing throughout one’s life will guarantee a successful one.  Because literally everything in life flows from that, flows from one’s mind.

  • “Watch over [lit., guard] your mind with all  diligence, [why?] for from it flow the springs of life.” (Proverbs 4:23 – NASB)
  • “Keep your heart with all diligence, for out of it spring the issues of life.” (Proverbs 4:23 – NKJV)

And in this case the New International Version probably puts it most plainly:

  • “Above all else, guard your heart, for everything you do flows from it.” (Proverbs 4:23 – NIV)

The fact that all we do and indeed all we are flows out of our mind single-handedly makes this continual command crucial to heed.  But wait, there’s more!

You see, that would be enough on its own, but the Bible makes another aspect of this matter crystal clear:  not only does our mind determine and indeed dictate our results and outcome in life, but it’s elevated to an even higher level since our mind is inherently, by default (another computer term… not surprising, since the human mind is the greatest of any computer ever created) evil and wicked and unhealthy…

  • “The heart is deceitful above all things, and desperately wicked; who can know it?” (Jeremiah 17:9 – NKJV)
  • “The heart is more deceitful than all else and is desperately sick; who can understand it?” (Jeremiah 17:9 – NASB)

… and thus deserves to be at the very top of one’s “to do” list in life.

All of this is just one more benefit and reason that Bible memory, accordingly, should reside at the very top of that same list… because that’s HOW one properly and effectively “guards” one’s heart, one’s mind, one’s soul.  That’s how  mere mortals like you and me can overcome, overpower, conquer, vanquish the sin which initially controls our mind from birth, and to go even further and turn our mind into an unstoppable weapon  for good!  To transform something so “evil” and “wicked” and “sick” into something that’s wise and insightful and spiritual and happy (which collectively, as I often put it, is everybody’s W.I.S.H. in life) – just like the Bible guarantees will be the case for anyone and everyone who simply ingests  (memorizes) Scripture, who simply puts it into  oneself via Bible memory.

  • “The law of the LORD is perfect, restoring the soul; the testimony of the LORD is sure, making wise the simple.  The precepts of the LORD are right, rejoicing the heart; the commandment of the LORD is pure, enlightening the eyes.” (Psalm 19:7-8)

After having done that firsthand to the tune of six entire books of the Bible en route to all 66, I can confirm that this is true.  And with each book memorized, the Bible has continued to reveal more and more to my mind’s eye a very specific memory method, indeed an entirely different way of thinking, of learning, of processing information… it’s as though memorizing the Bible is “cracking the code of the human mind” so as to unleash its full power and potential [if you have any doubt about this, just take a look at my Videos page (BibleMemory.org/videos) or YouTube Channel (YouTube.com/BibleMemory) and you’ll see what I mean!] – and I can hardly wait for it to complete  that ongoing work (by book #10? #15? #20?  #66?) so I can share it with all of you, with the entire human race.  I already know that it will be an absolute and glorious game-changer.  Like few things in human history heretofore.

Stay tuned.

Share this post with, well, EVERYONE!


Quick Thought:  All-Sufficient

I walked by the branch of a small local bank the other day and a large sign in the front window said this:

Large enough to know how,
Small enough to know you.

That’s one of the better corporate slogans I’ve seen in a while and it immediately occurred to me, that’s exactly how it is with God, and specifically His omniscience:  “macro” enough to know all, “micro” enough to know us!

I can’t decide which of the two is more impressive:  it’s downright amazing that He knows literally everything… and it’s downright amazing that He cares so much that He desires, that He yearns  to know each and every one of us, personally, on an individual basis.

In Him we have it all, the best of both worlds:  His attributes extend to the “macro” such that He is infinitely able to protect and provide, yet they also extend to the “micro” such that He is infinitely able and willing and ready to protect and provide for us.

How great Thou art, O God!  How great Thou art – from the “macro” to the “micro” and everything in between… You are indeed all I need.

If you sense that the Lord might be leading YOU to support the historic event unfolding in real-time here at BibleMemory.ORG and thus become my fellow worker and thus share in all of the fruit and blessings (3 John 8) and literally MAKE HISTORY together, here are the best ways to do so:

1. Become a one-time or monthly partner by making a donation via PayPal’s fully-secure Bible Memory page!

2. Encourage as many people as you can to support this historic event by having them go to BibleMemory.ORG/support (please make sure they understand that it’s .org, not .com) – doing so by word-of-mouth is great, and to do so with a single click on your social media simply click here then scroll down a few inches to the green box and select your platforms, it’s that quick and easy!

3. Add your name to my Prayer List!

4. Encourage as many of our fellow Christians as you can to pray for this historic event by having them go to BibleMemory.ORG/pray (please make sure they understand that it’s .org, not .com) – doing so by word-of-mouth is great, and to do so with a single click on your social media simply click here then scroll down a few inches and select your platforms, it’s that quick and easy!

5. Share this poston your social media by clicking on one or more of these platforms:


About Burdens

As discussed in a past post, a year or two ago I sold my only vehicle so I could finish building this website entirely out of my own pocket when the original programmer bailed unexpectedly and without notice, so out with the car and in with walking and biking literally everywhere I go.

It was one of the best decisions and self-sacrifices of my life.  Z-E-R-O regrets.  (Though don’t ask my legs and feet, because at times they would probably give a different answer.)

All kidding aside, the extra exercise is good for my temporary temple of the Holy Spirit, my body, my soul’s house as it were, so I almost always love and embrace the anticipation of especially the extended  exercising, those three-to-five-days-a-week long walks or bike rides, often to the grocery store or post office or other errand destinations (Ephesians 5:16!).

I said “almost  always” because there are two exceptions:  one which I just discussed a few posts ago, and the second (as promised) is when I have to return  an item purchased a day or week before.

Thankfully that’s a very rare, very infrequent need.  But when such occurs I almost (almost) dread even the notion, even the concept, even the idea of having to carry a (usually) heavy or bulky item at the onset of that journey, versus just one-way, just on the way back  from the store.  (Just like that funny traffic sign I first saw when I was a kid:  instead of the standard “No Parking” it read “Don’t even THINK about parking here.”)

Yes, my beloved brothers and sisters, just that one factor singlehandedly flips the equation of the pending trek from elation to near-dread.  Leaving my home with my hands free of any items so I can just walk and jog unabated?  A-W-E-S-O-M-E!  I LOVE that thought and anticipation and activity.  Leaving my home with my hands full of, with having to be burdened by carrying some items?  Not so much.

And that’s exactly how it is in the Christian life!  The “walk” is so much more enjoyable without  a load, sans  burdens.  Which is why it’s so very crucial to divest ourselves of any and all burdens each and every day.  And hour… and minute  for that matter.  To reaffirm anew that we live not for ourselves but for the Lord, not for our own interests but for His.  And secondly, under  that overarching umbrella, the interests of others.  To realize – actively realize, to be actively aware – that we are no longer our own.  And that includes not just one’s body but also one’s burdens.  Not just one’s potential anxieties but also the prospective and perspective root cause of any anxiety.  What a great way to go through life!  No worries.  No anxiety.  No negativity needed.

And that, my friends, is (one aspect and application of) the power of the Bible ingested.  Via Bible memory  and recitation/meditation on a regular, systematic basis!

  • “Come to Me, all who are weary and heavy-laden, and I will give you rest.  For My yoke is easy, and My load is light.” (Matthew 11:28,30)
  • “Be anxious for nothing, but in everything by prayer and supplication with thanksgiving let your requests be made known to God.  And the peace of God, which surpasses all comprehension, shall guard your hearts and minds in Christ Jesus.” (Philippians 4:6-7)  (… by…)
  • “casting all your anxiety upon Him, because He cares for you.” (1 Peter 5:7)  (… because…)
  • “And my God shall supply all your needs according to His riches in glory in Christ Jesus.” (Philippians 4:19)  (… and anyway/besides…)
  • “… which of you by being anxious can add a single cubit to his life’s span?” (Matthew 6:27)

Just like those long walks I take to do my errands after having sold my car a year or two ago, so also in the Christian walk:  much more merry and fun and yes easy (Jesus’s word) and anticipation-abounding and exceedingly enjoyable when carrying no burdens.

God has made clear that He’s not just willing but eager to take them, so it’s a no-brainer for us to indeed “cast” (literally, throw) onto Him not only our every anxiety but even the roots  of potential  anxieties which sprout in our lives from time to time.  (Job 5:7 proclaims the reality… 1 Peter 5:7 provides the remedy!)

Share this post with, well, EVERYONE!


New Shoe, Part Two

By experience, not design, this post is a follow-up to the previous one.

I made my maiden voyage in the aforementioned new sneakers today (a five-mile walk/jog combo) and OUCH, my feet and legs are KILLING me!

Blisters on left and right, feeling a new muscle in my calves I never knew was there… I’m sure you know what I’m talking about.

Well it turns out that the new pair of shoes I had just worn for the first time were defective.  Defectively made.  Factory error.  Two, in fact:  they had an exaggerated flat-footed effect since the cushion inside was far too thin, and secondly it wasn’t secured such that is slipped around like a well-oiled eel while I was walking, thus causing the blisters while the former caused the new and very unwelcome sensation in my feet and calves.

And that’s when it hit me, this glorious thought, this tremendous truth:  thankfully God never makes a mistake when creating each of us!

No.  Factory.  Errors.  With.  God.  He makes each and every one of us exactly  as intended.  Which sometimes seems “defective” from a human perspective but is actually and absolutely perfect and precious in God’s view, in reality.  On which even Republicans and Democrats alike can agree, and indeed have.  Like Sarah Palin who famously had her fifth and final child despite knowing in advance that he had Down Syndrome.  And like the Kennedy family who even far more famously have fought fiercely for five decades (via Special Olympics) on behalf of those that some people might (wrongly) view as “defective” in mind or body but whom they (very rightly) have viewed as preciously, perfectly-made people whose minds or bodies are just different than most but they’re no worse, no less weighty, no less valuable.

And it’s this fact that each and every person has been created exactly as God intended and in His very image which makes it so self-destructive to view others – to view anyone – as “less than” or “inferior” or “defective” or anything but worthy of respect and love and care and kindness.  Not because of them so much as Who made  them.  Not because of a person’s beautiful outward physical image but rather that they were created in the image of God Himself.

The logical, intellectually-honest result of maintaining this perspective is enormous love and respect for others… as well as for oneself – i.e., genuine, sturdy, steady self-esteem.

  • “Then God said, ‘Let Us make man in Our image, according to Our likeness’ … And God created man in His own image” (Genesis 1:26-27)
  • “For Thou [i.e., God] didst form my inward parts; Thou didst weave me in my mother’s womb.  I will give thanks to Thee, for I am fearfully and wonderfully made; wonderful are Thy works, and my soul knows it very well.  My frame was not hidden from Thee, when I was made in secret, and skillfully wrought in the depths of the earth.  Thine eyes have seen my unformed substance; and in Thy book they were all written, the days that were ordained for me, when as yet there was not one of them.” (Psalm 139:13-16)

Yes, my friend, as I found out the uncomfortable way this week, shoe manufacturers make mistakes and errors and defects.  Thankfully – and infinitely more importantly – God never does.  So let us love and look out for others as much or even more than we do for ourselves…

  • “Beloved, if God so loved us, we also ought to love one another.” (1 John 4:11)
  • “Do nothing from selfishness or empty conceit, but with humility of mind regard one another as more important than yourselves; do not merely look out for your own personal interests, but also for the interests of others.” (Philippians 2:3-4) …

and let us accept and love ourselves since God does…

  • “We love, because He first loved us.” (1 John 4:19)
  • “God so loved the world…” (John 3:16) …

in view of the fact that we are indeed “wonderfully made”… if the righteous, holy, perfect God can accept and love a sinner like me, then a sinner like me can and must accept and love others.  And that’s a very easy task when one is aware of Whose wonderful image in which they were created.  I.e., when looking at our fellow man, may we see the handiwork and indeed very image of God, and treat them accordingly.

  • “and may the Lord cause you to increase and abound in love for one another, and for all  men, just as we also do for you; so that He may establish your hearts unblamable in holiness before our God and Father at the coming of our Lord Jesus with all His saints.” (1 Thessalonians 3:12-13)

Not out of political correctness but rather spiritual correctness.

Not because society says to but because God does.

Not because people are inherently worthy but because God is.

Not because people don’t make (a lot of) mistakes (I put myself at the top of that list) but rather because God doesn’t.

No.  Factory.  Errors.  With.  God.

Unlike a certain shoe manufacturer.

Share this post with, well, EVERYONE!


Quick Thought:  There’s a price.  But it’s worth it!

No sooner had I written the previous post that, yep, you guessed it, on the very next walk one of my shoes sprang a leak, developed “a hole in the sole” as that previously-published post put it.  So I just bought a new pair.  And it hit me that I always  have the exact same conundrum when replacing my shoes:  even though I usually wear the old ones down to the nitty-gritty, thus making it absolutely necessary to replace them, I still hate the notion of putting on the new pair that very first time – because I know that they’ll no longer be sparkling clean.  (Nor smell brand new. 🙁 ).  I know that just the act of wearing them is going to get them dirty, to kick off that unavoidable process.

But just as quickly as that initial thought hits me each time I replace my sneakers, this one immediately follows and even more strongly:  because walking or biking is my only means/mode of transportation since selling my only vehicle a year or two ago so I could finish building this website so anyone anywhere can track my progress each step of the way in memorizing the entire Bible, the follow-on thought each time is that I won’t be able to accomplish the things I need to – the things the Lord wants me to – unless  I replace the tattered old pair of shoes with new ones.

And that’s exactly the principle perfectly and precisely and picturesquely painted in Proverbs 14:4!

  • “Where no oxen are, the manger is clean, but much increase comes by the strength of the ox.”

New and shiny is fine.  Used and productive is far better.

Share this post with, well, EVERYONE!


Holes in Soles

I love to exercise.  My mind (as you can probably tell right away when viewing the Videos page) and also my body – the temple He has handed out to house His Holy Spirit within me for now.

I look forward to those benefit-packed sweat sessions – especially the every-two-or-three-days extended, multi-hour ones – with great anticipation and enthusiasm.  With two exceptions.

I’ll elaborate on the second soon in a separate post but the first such exception is when my shoes have developed holes in their soles.

Having sold my only vehicle a year or two ago mainly to finish building this website, that happens a lot.  Since I walk so much now.  Literally everywhere I go, it’s either by foot or bike, and I usually opt for the former so my shoes develop holes much more quickly than most people’s pair of a pedestrian’s best friend.

And that happens so quickly, those holes appear seemingly out of nowhere and without notice – i.e., the bottom of the shoes look just fine and then, wham, next thing I know, I feel a spike of pain when my foot lands squarely on a rock in the road or path and I look at the bottom of my shoes and surely enough, there’s suddenly a hole newly staring back at me.

Due to how much walking and jogging I do, this happens every few months, and when it does, I can honestly say that I definitely don’t look forward to the next walk to the store since I know it’ll likely involve some pain.

And that’s exactly how it is in the Christian life!  In one’s walk  with the Lord as it were:  it’s much better when one doesn’t have holes in their souls.

One automatic, guaranteed result of Bible memory on a regular, systematic basis is that it opens one’s eyes to a lot of things (“enlightening the eyes”, Psalm 19:7-8) but perhaps none more so than just how righteous and holy God is… and humanity isn’t.  Perhaps none more so than just how “prone to wander” into sin we are as the hymnist famously put it in that wonderful and much-beloved song, just how easily and naturally our flesh still sins – our fallen flesh which (unfortunately) still envelops our “new man” within, our new spirit, our new nature (2 Corinthians 5:17) such that even the most spiritually-mature person in non-deitic  human history (i.e., not including Jesus), the Apostle Paul himself, concluded and confirmed that “nothing good dwells in” any of us humans, “that is, in [our fallen] flesh” and that “the good that [we] wish, [we far too often] do not do; but [we] practice the very evil that [we] do not wish” because of the “sin which [still] dwells in [us]”, because “of the law of sin which is [still] in [our] members”, in our bodies, “waging war” against our minds (Romans 7:14-25), all of which is why Hebrews 12:1 specifically and explicitly mentions “sin which so easily  entangles us.”

“Prone to wander”, indeed.

But I have good news!  God has graciously given us a (spiritual) “pill” as it were, a most-effective, miraculous “medicine” which is so powerful (but without any negative side effects!) that it can and does rid one even of something so dastardly and indeed default-status as sin!  And that “pill”, that mighty “medicine” is, yep, the Bible.  The Bible in general and Bible memory  in specific.

What a wonderful weapon in our spiritual arsenal!  And all we have to do is pick up that “sword of the Spirit, which is the word of God” – the Bible! (Ephesians 6:17)

One does so by ingesting  it, by putting the Bible into one’s mind, “[from which] flow the springs of life” (Proverbs 4:23).

Yes, my friend, it’s foolish for a frequent walker or jogger to have holes in their soles.

It’s infinitely worse for people to have holes in their souls.

Memorizing and reciting Scripture is like buying a new pair of shoes.

Share this post with, well, EVERYONE!


Quick Thought:  May It Never Be!

We take air for granted.  Or at least before the current pandemic occurred, a bit less so now but still in large part, e.g., when you’re in your home you don’t even think about air, about breathing, you just do it automatically so even now we continue to take air for granted.  Why?  Because it’s so common, so abundant, so aplenty.

We take water for granted.  Why?  Because it’s so common, so abundant, so aplenty.

And nothing pains my heart more than the fact that we take the Bible for granted.  Because it’s so common, so abundant, so aplenty, so ubiquitous, so accessible like no book in the history of humanity.

Taking the Bible for granted… may it never be!

Rather, may we go forward from this day on with the active realization that the Bible is literally God’s Word, the very words of God Almighty Himself to us, the objects of His eternal, undying love and compassion and mercy and grace.

But let us purpose to not just maintain that day-to-day realization but to go a step further, to the next level.

It is horrific and egregious to take God’s Word, the Bible, for granted as far too many of us have done for far too long.

It is far better to maintain an active appreciation and indeed affection for God’s Word, the Bible.

It is best of all to respect it so utterly that our regular response to it is to tremble.

  • “But to this one I will look, to him who is humble and contrite of spirit, and who trembles at My word.” (Isaiah 66:2b)

My heart’s prayer when it comes to the Bible:  that we would increasingly and unrelentingly love it, learn it, live it.

Along with giving back to the Lord perhaps the most unique love/thank-You gift in human history for who He is and all He does – not only from me but from and on behalf of everyone who supports this effort in whatever ways they’re comfortably able – that’s the whole point and reason for BibleMemory.ORG and indeed my own life:  to “Educate, Encourage, Empower” people all around the globe to realize and come to more and more fully understand the immeasurable treasure that is  the Bible.
If you sense that the Lord might be leading YOU to support the historic event unfolding in real-time here at BibleMemory.ORG and thus become my fellow worker and thus share in all of the fruit and blessings (3 John 8) and literally MAKE HISTORY together, here are the best ways to do so:

1. Become a one-time or monthly partner by making a donation via PayPal’s fully-secure Bible Memory page!

2. Encourage as many people as you can to support this historic event by having them go to BibleMemory.ORG/support (please make sure they understand that it’s .org, not .com) – doing so by word-of-mouth is great, and to do so with a single click on your social media simply click here then scroll down a few inches to the green box and select your platforms, it’s that quick and easy!

3. Add your name to my Prayer List!

4. Encourage as many of our fellow Christians as you can to pray for this historic event by having them go to BibleMemory.ORG/pray (please make sure they understand that it’s .org, not .com) – doing so by word-of-mouth is great, and to do so with a single click on your social media simply click here then scroll down a few inches and select your platforms, it’s that quick and easy!

5. Share this poston your social media by clicking on one or more of these platforms: