You must Memorise Bible Verses

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Text Joshua 1:1-10

What does it mean to memorise?
In psychology, memory is an organism’s ability to obtain, store, retain and subsequently retrieve information. The act of memorization is a deliberate mental process undertaken in order to store in memory for later recall. Memory is the treasure of the mind: Proverbs 2:1, Proverbs 3:1-2, Psalm 119: 4, 9, 11, 18, 27, 103.

Reasons to Memorise Scriptures
* God commanded us to speak or recite the book of the law, Joshua 1:8, 2 Corinthians 3:6
* It renews and transforms us to be heavenly minded. Romans 12:2
* The Word would become Spirit that quickens and gives life. John 6:23
* Memorising and obeying the Word of God keeps a Christian from sinning Psalm 119:11
* It has power to cleanse and purify our hearts. Psalm 119:9
* It is a major weapon or sword a Christian uses to fight demonic forces and fight temptation. Ephesians 6:17
* Blessings, prosperity and good success follow those that keep the Word of God. Joshua 1:8
* It assists us in worship Psalm 119:89
* Memorizing provides the material to meditate on Joshua 1:8
* It is a major catalyst for effective prayer 2 Chronicles 6:16-17
* A Christian must be effective in the study of the Bible 2 Timothy 2:15
* It helps a Christian not to be deceived by false doctrines Ephesians 4:14-15
* The Words of God are everlasting. Matthew 24:35
* Jesus Christ memorized Scripture as did the Apostles Luke 4:4, Luke 19:46, 1 Corinthians 1:18-19
* Reciting memorized Bible verses helps in evangelism Acts 2:14-18

Every Christian must persevere with great delight in the discipline of Scriptural memorization

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