Scripture Screens

Memorize Scripture has ALWAYS been tough for me (Ask my 2nd grade Sunday school teacher.). And to be honest, I've always known it was something the Lord told us to do, but since it's always been so hard, I had just written it off as something that I couldn't do.

Then at the end of June 2012 I learned (thanks to shereadstruth.com) a FANTASTIC trick that has me memorizing scripture, and teaching it to my son... scripture as a lock screen on my iPhone. Every time I checked the time, a message, changed music... whatever, I took a second to read the scripture. Inadvertently, I memorized the verse! So now I am obsessed with Scripture Screens, as I lovingly refer to them. I want to share my new found joy of memorizing my Lord's word with everyone!

So PLEASE feel free to copy the screens that you like and memorize away! I only ask two things: One, please come back to let me know how the Lord is blessing you with His word being tucked away in your hearts (I love hearing praise reports!). And two, please let others know about this page, so they can be blessed as well.

Scripture Screens
(If you don't see a scripture that you want here, just comment below, and I will do my best!)
Joshua 1:9


1 Thess 5:16-18
Colossians 3:12-14

Luke 11:1-4

Isaiah 41:13

2 Corinthians 12:9 

Psalm 15

Romans 4:20-21

More coming soon!

How to Use the Scripture Screens from I Me Megan:

iPhone users: 
1. Touch the screen you want, and hold until this image pops up:
2. Click 'Save Image' It should save to your Camera Roll.
3. Go to your Camera Roll and touch the little arrow escaping the box... this image should be next:
4. Click 'Use as Wallpaper."
5. Center the Scripture Screen, and press 'Set.'
6. Enjoy!

6 comments:

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    1. Thanks for requesting a verse! It's up!

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  2. GENIUS! Thanks for this.. and this will be great to share with kids :)

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  3. What a great idea! I don't have a cell, but this is a genius way to keep God's word stitched into your heart. Tweeting!

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