52 Scriptures to Memorize PDF

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Download our PDF list of 52 short scripture for kids (and adults) to memorize. You can start small and practice one per week and see how God’s Word can change your life. Each verse you memorize give you a boost of encouragement, strength, and knowledge of the love of Jesus in your life.

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Short Bible Verses to Memorize
Short Bible Verses to Memorize

See more short Bible verses from the Sunday School Works! blog.

Proverbs 30:5 – Every word of God proves true.

Matthew 6:24 – No one can serve two masters.

Deuteronomy 6:5 – You shall love the LORD your God with all your heart and with all your soul and with all your might.

Matthew 22:39 – You shall love your neighbor as yourself.

1 Corinthians 10:31 – Whatever you do, do everything for the glory of God.

Psalm 19:1 – The heavens declare the glory of God.

Genesis 1:1 – In the beginning, God created the heavens and the earth.

Psalm 139:14 – I praise you God, for I am fearfully and wonderfully made.

Isaiah 43:5 – Do not be afraid for I am with you.

Psalm 1:6 – The LORD knows the way of the righteous, but the way of the wicked will perish.

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Short Bible Verses: 52 Scriptures to Memorize for a Quick Biblical Boost
Short Bible Verses to Memorize
Easy Bible verses help kids gain confidence

Start small – build confidence – see the power of God’s Word in daily life!

That’s the idea behind this list of simplified and inspirational Bible verses for children. Use these short Bible quotes (aka part A or B of a verse) to easily get across the main idea and help kids hide God’s Word in their hearts.

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10 thoughts on “52 Scriptures to Memorize PDF”

  1. I have church services twice a month at a area nursing home and rehabilitation center.
    A number of the patients have had strokes or dementia.
    So,I am reintroducing things that they at one time knew, such as The Lord’s Prayer.
    Tomorrow, I will be talking about bible verses.
    Come to this site to get information to use with these patients.

  2. I was very happy to find this list! However, there are some typos. Please correct these, so that children copying these will have an accurate model. Proper spelling, punctuation, grammar and usage is as essential as the messages of these verses. Thank you!
    #1 – Please be sure to add periods at the end, even if it is a partial quote. Kids should see this modeled.
    #2 Acts 16:31 – Believe **IN** the Lord Jesus Christ
    #3 Proverbs 14:5 **AN** honest witness does not lie; a false witness **BREATHES** lies.
    #4 You have Acts 16:31 listed twice.
    #5 John 3:23 is listed as 1John 3:23.
    #6 Psalm 118:24 – You have a capital letter in “Let” following the semicolon (;). Please note, the word following a semicolon is always lowercase.
    #7 Psalm 138:1 – Remove the quotes. These are not necessary.
    Again, thank you for putting these together!

  3. This may help with the little ones my church made up verses by only using 5 fingers… like The Lord is my Shepard , I am special and loved. This is easy and they can remember by using their fingers!

  4. Love this idea. My dad has Alzheimers and has difficulty reading his bible. He is currently in rehab after a fall. I will print some of these verses to hang on his wall.

  5. Heather,
    Thanks so much for your feedback. I’m going to email you about doing some editing work for me. : ) no joke.

  6. Thank you so much It helps me a lot cause I teach little kids every Sunday and I don’t have Bible verses anymore so I searched it and saw this site God bless you

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