In the South especially, Vacation Somebody School is a part of virtually every child’s summer, whether their parents regularly attend church or not. Children make crafts, perform skits, perform songs, and, most importantly, memorize Bible Verses. VBS is part of growing up in the South.

But new research suggests that VBS-particularly those Bible Verses -may become more important than you think. It turns out that the brain is just like the biceps; the more you verse of the day kjv use it, the stronger it becomes. And when children, especially, put in the effort to memorize something-like a Somebody verse-their brain is heightened and their memories improve.

Plus, it doesn’t only work for children. Adults, too, can strengthen their mind and improve their memories by putting forth ten or fifteen minutes of effort each day to memorize something; the Somebody saying or a short composition, for example. Take the time to review the saying or composition as you go through your normal day; repeat it to yourself in the car, for example, or while waiting at the doctor’s office.

Think about songs? Does being able to perform along with every song on the radio improve your memory? Well… not really. Music and beat makes it much easier for words to stay in our heads. While this can be extremely useful if you should memorize something , nor have long to do it, mental performance doesn’t have to work as hard, which means the luxury is minimal.

Are you interested in improving your memory with very little time investment? If so, then try this: get a pack of 50 or 100 decided list cards. Take one and put a Somebody saying on one side and the reference on the other. Or, if you prefer, put a short composition on one side and the title on the other. You can do the cards one or two at a time; no need to bump yourself out replenishing all 100!

Once you have a couple of cards done, tuck them into your purse, or times them and tuck them into your wallet or pocket. (The pocket is a risky place; chances are, you won’t be sure you get them before washing that garment. ) Wherever you put them, you want to ask them to with you, in easy reach, at all times.

The next occasion you have time-if, for example, you’re stopped at a long red light-pull out one of the cards. If you’re just beginning to memorize that card, you may want to read it through once while looking at it, turn it over, and see if you can repeat it. When it is a card you’ve been memorizing for a while, try to repeat it without looking.

Having the cards on hand like this does two things. Primary, it helps you improve your memory without costing you any time beyond the amount required to make the cards in the first place. Number two, it takes benefit of that “throw-away time” in doctor’s offices, at stop lights, and-once you have the card memorized sufficiently that you don’t have to look at it-while driving. (Never, ever, ever read a card while driving. A wreck does not significantly improve your memory. ) Turn wasted time into beneficial time; improve your memory while you wait!