Topical Memory System: Free High Quality Scripture Songs to Download!

June 20, 2008 at 1:41 pm 2 comments

You all might recall I had a goal of memorizing a pack of scriptures from the Topical Memory System as part of my 2008 goals.  Well, it’s been spotty, but I’m still working on it as I can.  I have them written on my sink and look at them there, but as a discipline, it’s been hard.  I’ve longed for some support materials.  I got this in my inbox when I returned back to town.

Dear lover of the Scriptures –

I just visited your website and saw a reference to scripture memorization
and the Topical Memory System. This email note is to let you know
about two unique websites that may be new to you. They both use
music as the vehicle to aid in memorization.

Scripture Release is the Topical Memory System in song. It features
the first 24 verses of the TMS sung by Lisa Bevill, Kim Hill and four
other outstanding Nashville artists. The mp3/zip downloads, as well
as numerous helps, are available at no charge.
The URL is:

Scripture Song Source features music to be used in the church.
Pieces range from congregational to choral to kids. Easy-to-read
sheet music and midi demos are available. Again, there is
no charge for use. Scripture Song Source recently changed its URL.
The new URL is:

God grant grace to all of us in these critical days as we seek
to lift up the truth of His word!

Waiting in His wings,

Dave Cook
Scripture Release!

For Ezra had set his heart to study the law of the LORD and to practice it,
and to teach His statutes and ordinances in Israel. EZRA 7:10

Your statutes are my songs in the house of my pilgrimage. PSALM 119: 54

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