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July 02, 2008

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Zach Nielsen

A year ago a couple buddies and I did the first two chapters of Eph. before we fell off the wagon. It was very very enlightening to see the whole thrust of Paul's argument in those first two chapters. You really get a sense for what he is after when you memorize that way. So much better than isolated passages in our Bible reading.

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Ryan Wentzel

I've also worked at memorizing Ephesians (I used 3x5 cards too). I didn't make it past chapter 3 though and have wanted to finish the book.

Thanks for the links. I think I'll give Ephesians another shot.

Christopher

Hey, this is Christopher and I surf the waves of the internet looking for people who encourage others (and need encouragement) to memorize the word of God. Awesome post by the way!

My wife and I have been going through Ephesians. She had to take some time off, simply because we had our first born almost a year ago. She is now reviewing where she left off. I am 6-7 verses away from finishing the entire book. This will make my fifth book memorized and my wife's third book. I can only say awesome things about this discipline and encourage others to take part in it. Keep up the good work and stop by and see us sometime at www.dwelling-rich.org

Jimmy Tidmore

Dr. Davis' plan is a great way to memorize Scripture. I found it a couple of years ago and used it to memorize the Book of James. I am currently using it to memorize Romans. I am doing Romans 4 chapters at a time and am currently in the recite everyday for 100 days part. I am glad to see someone encouraging others to do this. It is very doable and much easier than I thought it would be.

Also, this is my first time on your site. I enjoyed it.

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