Lettering

People have been using acronyms and mnemonic devices forever to help remember facts and information. As we researched, we even found actors who use this strategy to memorize all their lines for an entire script! 

Why not apply that to Scripture memorization? 

We memorize Scripture so that God's Word can be written on our hearts. Deuteronomy 6:6 says, "And these words that I command you today shall be on your heart." There is a reason God calls us to write His Words on our hearts. He knows we are forgetful, and He wants us to remember. Remembering is life.

While lettering isn't our only memorization technique, you'll quickly learn why it's one of our favorites. And you'll soon see why we've decided to put our lettered verses on our products! We want to help you saturate your minds, homes, families, and lives with the Word of God. 

It's just fun! And, it works!

How to Letter

  1. Simply take the first letter of each word in the verse.
  2. Write each of these letters side-by-side and turn them into into a string of letters. 

That's it! You did it! You're lettering. Now, go over them again and again!

Want real training and practice with lettering? Get both in our "How to Study the Bible" course! Click the link to learn more.

Let's Abide,

Kate and Jason



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