Memory Verse for Kids: Mark 12:30
The “L” Bible memory verse is from Mark 12:30. It states “Love the Lord your God with all your heart, with all your soul, with all your mind, and with all your strength.”
This is a very well known Bible verse. If your children do not already know this verse they will very soon. You may not even realize it but there is a popular Christain song that basically just sings Mark 12:30 repeatedly. It is from Lincoln Brewster and called “Love the Lord.”
If you listen to Christain radio it’s possible your children already know this verse. One of my favorite Christain radio stations is KLOVE. They have multiple radio stations throughout the US. You can stream this music from your phone or computer when you are not in your car. The best part is that there are no commercials. It is a positive radio station with positive news stories. Personally, I always need more “positive” in my life.
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Video for Mark 12:30
Here’s a link to the video from Lincoln Brewster. Use this video each night to help your children memorize the verse.
Printable for Mark 12:30
I like to print off the verse we are memorizing and hang it up around the house. A visual reminder can keep the memorization in the forefront of your mind and not just at night or whenever you are memorizing. Visit the resource library for a printer-friendly version. You can even get a fairly cheap photo frame and each week, replace it with these images.
Check out the Whole Series of ABC Bible Verses!
Want more verses to memorize? This is part of a series that works through the alphabet to learn one verse for each letter. Each post contains a printable and link to a YouTube video. I think it is always easier (and fun!) to memorize when we learn with a tune.
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