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Summary: Outline focusing on the need for memorizing and meditating on Scripture

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"Memorizing and Meditating for the Master"

(3-M Sermon Outline)

I. The Saints Powerful Testimony

A. Moses, Joshua, David, Solomon (Deut.6:4-9; Josh. 1:8; Ps.1:2, 3; Prov.2:1-7)

B. Paul, Peter, James, John (Col.3:16; I Pet. 2:2; Js.1:22; I John 2:14)

II. The Spirit/Word Powerful Testimony

A. Spirit saves (John 3:7)---------------------Word saves (I Peter 1:23)

B. Spirit sanctifies (I Peter 1:2)--------------Word sanctifies (John 17:17)

C. Spirit searches (I Corinthians 2:10)-----Word searches (Hebrews 4:12)

III. The Saviour’s Powerful Testimony

A. Utilizing Memory of Scripture In His Practice (Luke 4; Matthew 4)

B. Utilizing Memory of Scripture In His Preaching (John 6:63, 15:3, 15:7)

C. Utilizing Memory of Scripture In His Praying (John 17:17)

Meditations Seven Rewards

1. You will have good success (Joshua 1:8)

2. You will prosper in whatsoever you do (Psalm 1:2, 3)

3. You will excel in wisdom and understanding (Psalm 119:97,100)

4. You will have power over sin (Psalm 119:9-11)

5. You will discover how to live (Proverbs 4:4)

6. You will be led by the Lord, kept in your sleep, commune w/Lord when awake (Proverb 6:20 ff)

7. Your profiting will be obvious (I Timothy 4:15)

Meditation’s Four Steps

1. Memorize the Word of God (James 1:21) Master the text

2. Visualize the Word of God (Proverbs 2:1-6) Picture each word meaning

3. Personalize (John 15:7) Place yourself into the passage with personal pronouns

4. Harmonize (Colossians 3:17; Ephesians 5:19) Allow the Holy Spirit to form a melody/”new song”

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