There is so much more I would like to do in life than I actually have time for so I try to combine things whenever I can in order to be more effective. One thing that I've found very helpful is combining reviewing and memorizing Scripture with praying for people. In other words, praying for people using the verses I need to review.
I use the printable below to give me a topic of what to pray for each day of the week. Then I use my memory verses to pray for those things on my list. (You can download the free printable by clicking on the image below and the right clicking and saving to your computer. I laminated mine so I can write on it with wet erase markers and update it every so often.)
So to break it down of what this looks like practically, I take a couple verses I need to review and use those to pray for the things I have to pray for that day.
Here's an example:
Say it's Monday, the day I pray for my family. And the verses I need to review are: "
"Finally, be strengthened by the lord and by His vast power." Ephesians 6:10
"For those who live according to the flesh set their minds on the things of the flesh, but those who live according to the Spirit, the things of the Spirit." Romans 8:5
I would pray something like, Lord, thank you for my sweet mom, please help her experience Your strength and help her set her mind on you and live by the strength and ability you provide. Help her depend on You and let her see you come through for her.
You can do this with your own memory verses but I'll include mine in case you want to start memorizing scripture or add more verses to what you already have. And here are some tips for memorizing Scripture and the entire list put into topics (the most effective ways I've found to memorize Scripture and actually have it be useful in my life).
Oh, and the awesome little unreached people group prayer cards in the picture above I found at JoshuaProject.net under their prayer resources.
(And I should explain-just to alleviate my awkward feeling- why I don't have anything under the church column. We just moved and are still seeking the Lord and walking by faith on where we should be committed.)
So, here there are: printable memory cards for your war room that can function as both Scripture memory cards and things to pray for others.
Printable Scripture Memory and Prayer Cards Part One
I'm gradually adding parts as part one alone is 15 pages. So pin this post and check back for the rest of the free cards.
Click the images below to save and print to get the free Scripture cards.
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Laura, the founder of Missional Women is married and has six kids, two of whom are adopted. Laura and her husband have been missionaries to college students for 14 years serving with Master Plan Ministries where she is the Women's Development Coordinator. Laura has authored 5 books, including an award winning 12 week Bible Study on First Samuel, Beholding Him, Becoming Missional, Reach; How to Use Your Social Media Influence for the Glory of God, A Devotional Journey through Judges, and Discover God's Calling for Your Life. Most recently her resource for Bible studies, The Connect Cards was released by Cru Press. You can find her on facebook, twitter, pinterest, youtube, instagram, periscope, blab and her author site.
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