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VerseByHeart for memorizing Bible verses and poetry artworkVerseByHeart for memorizing Bible verses and poetry
One Time Software

Genre:Education
Price: $4.99
Release Date: August 14, 2009

Memorizing scripture verses can actually be FUN and FAST! Whether you are waiting in line, on your lunch break, or kicking back at the end of the day, this simple and effective app will help you hide God's word in your heart. (Please read the fine print before purchasing...)

Features:
• Pick your favorite verses in your favorite Bible translation*
• 3 types of drills of increasing difficulty
• Track your progress and check-off verses you've fully memorized
• Review memorized verses as needed
• Define your own categories to organize your verses
• Can also be used to memorize poems, short speeches, movie lines, etc.

* The fine print: This app does not contain Bible verses (except just a few so you can try the app as soon as you open it). To get your fav verses in your fav translation, see 3 methods below.

Three ways to add verses to the app:
• direct entry into the app via iphone keyboard (laborious, but a great way to jump-start the process)
• direct entry on a computer, email it to your phone, copy from email, paste into the app
• lookup the passage via iphone's safari (e.g., biblegateway.com), copy from the web, paste into the app (the app will attempt to delete verse numbers for you)

This app is not localized, but the translation need not be an English translation (however, the third drill doesn't work with non-alphabetic languages such as Chinese).

If you plan to memorize a long passage, consider breaking it into smaller "bite size" entries. (The order of appearance in the drills will be the same as that of the verse list.)


iPhone OS: 3.0 or later
Author: Douglas Ivers of One Time Software
Special thanks to: Rob Terrell and Pam Mullen

© 2009-2010 One Time Software

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Sat, 10 Jan 2015 23:01:39 GMT


New York Times

Hearing Is Believing
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... seen,” wrote Albert B. Lord, the author of “The Singer of Tales,” a classic work of scholarship that traced oral literature from Homer through “Beowulf” and the tales, still recited today, of Balkan poets capable of reciting thousands of lines of ...

 

Sat, 10 Jan 2015 21:23:58 GMT


Telegraph.co.uk

TS Eliot's poetry was as seductive as a mermaid's singing
Telegraph.co.uk
He had learnt much of the earlier verse by heart, because its music was haunting. He didn't think he would remember much of the new poems. Certainly the Quartets show how far Eliot had travelled, and it was natural that some of his early admirers found ...

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Thu, 02 Oct 2014 08:21:41 GMT


The Guardian

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So if it's a good thing to be able to learn verse by heart, why not use these supports, particularly when in English we have such a strong tradition of patterned, rhyming verse in our literary history? In British poetry for children, traditional verse ...

 

Thu, 19 Feb 2015 18:22:37 GMT


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Nitzan, who demonstrated his in-depth knowledge of the Bible by quoting chapter and verse by heart several times throughout the program, said he loves this portion because it so succinctly expresses laws on which legal scholars have written volumes.

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"I don't remember anybody else's verses. But Woody got off a couple that were great. The first one described how the FBI came knocking at his door and how foolish he has been to let them in. I still remember the final verse by heart: They asked would I ...

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In front of a packed house in Coolidge Auditorium, Merwin spoke for nearly an hour, reading a few poems, including one of his about words yet to be written, which ends,“it could be that there's only one word / and it's all we need / it's here in this ...

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Fri, 17 Sep 2010 04:42:36 GMT


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Drill, Baby, Drill
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“It actually leads to better learning than studying” — e.g., reading passages over and over, sometimes with a highlighter. He explained, “You can't be proficient at some academic tasks without having certain knowledge be automatic — 'automatic ...

 

Tue, 07 Apr 2009 04:01:00 GMT


For The Love Of Poetry
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I'm all for learning poetry by rote. Holt and I both underwent the experience first in our school years–he in the U.S., and I in Britain. That's the right age to memorize, prematurely, as if laying down fine bottles of wine for a later time. At that ...

 

Wed, 09 Aug 2006 18:11:29 GMT


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She was on the lookout for bohemia, and had most of Edna St. Vincent Millay's verse by heart. .... I hope you're remembering to bring him a salad now and then. ... At that time faddists of various persuasions proliferated up and down the Village ...



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