“So then faith comes by hearing, and hearing by the word of God.”
As a Christian, I believe memorizing Scripture is one of the best ways we can spend our time. Yes, I know that sounds idealistic — kind of like saying exercise and eating healthy should be daily priorities while continuing to ignore both. But as someone who has tried dieting, exercising, and memorizing Scripture, I can say that only one has had a lasting spiritual impact on my life (and no, it wasn’t those two miserable weeks without carbs).
As an auditory learner, memorizing Scripture is made much easier when I’m able to listen to my memory verses. That’s why, several years ago, I spent time recording each one of my memory verses individually. By syncing them to my iPod, I was able to review my verses during my daily commute, when doing yard work, or even walking around the grocery store.
But, as you might imagine, keeping my digital library of memory verses up to date was tedious and time-consuming. That’s why I developed AudioVerse, an online tool that automatically creates MP3 files for any verse or passage you’re memorizing. You can even create a custom playlist of verses for reviewing multiple verses together. AudioVerse is also a convenient place to store all of your memory verses and keep track of what you’re learning.
Because it’s web-based, AudioVerse works great on any device — mobile, tablet, and desktop. If you’d like to check it out, it just takes a few minutes to get started here.