Salvation Scripture MemoryIf you’re a mom, you know how to be prepared for anything. You keep medicines on hand in case illness pops up in the middle of the night. You carry snacks in the car when you run errands because somebody will get hungry. You pack a change of clothes for play dates, just in case. But are you always prepared to share the Good News about Jesus?

Instead, you must worship Christ as Lord of your life. And if someone asks about your hope as a believer, always be ready to explain it. 1 Peter 3:15, NLT

In his first letter, Peter urged believers to always be prepared to tell others about the salvation found only in Jesus. In addition to preparing our personal story of our faith in Christ we should also be ready to share key Scriptures about salvation. The best way to always have those “ready” is to memorize them.

Verses to Share the Gospel

The chart below suggests 24 verses or short passages. The first 10 will help you show an individual her need for Jesus and how to place her faith for salvation in Him. The remaining passages will help you walk them through an overview of what it means to be a disciple or to follow Jesus daily.

If this is your first time to seriously memorize Scripture you may want to pick just one of the two monthly passages to memorize. If you are ready for more of a challenge, memorize both passages each month.  PRINT PDF VERSION

Salvation Basics editedAdditional Help for Memorizing Scripture

If you’re new to memorizing Scripture, you may want to check out this additional posts and resources:

Scripture Memory Tips   (PDF version)

7 Activities to Help you Memorize Scripture

6 Reasons to Memorize Scripture

Have you ever used memorized Scripture to share your faith in Jesus with someone? How did God use it?

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