The scripture memory verse for the letter P is Psalm 148: 1-5. Five verses are fairly long. Depending on the age of your children, you could choose to learn just the first couple of verses.
Psalm 148: 1-5
For each post in this series, I provide you with a printable and a video to aid your teaching and learning with your children. Click HERE to visit the resource library to download all the printables for free, including Psalm 148: 1-5.
The video to aid the learning process is from Seeds Family Worship. Their mission is to “see God’s word in every home.” They inspire to do this by helping “families experience God’s Word through music.” All the music is using the Bible verses from the NIV version so children can understand the meaning. The music is upbeat and encouraging.
Five verses seem like a lot even to me! Here we are on the 16th verse, though, so maybe, your children are up for the challenge! The music for Psalm 148: 1-5 is below.
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We’ve been on a challenge to learn one bible verse for each letter of the alphabet with our children! We do this by incorporating 4 key factors.
- Consistency – beautiful printable of the verse
- Video – provided in a form of a YouTube video, plus video your kids after every successful memorization
- Fun – the “ABC” method always goes over well with kids
- Parental Involvement – use this time every evening to draw closer to your kids
Join us! It’s not too late! Go at your own pace. The master list of all posts is here.
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