Bible Memory Verses: “M” Psalm 100: 1-2

Learn how to memorize Psalm 100:1-2 or teach your children this verse. Complete with free printable, YouTube video, and lesson. Join the ABC Bible memory series.

Learning Psalm 100:1-2 with children

Psalm 100:1-2 is our verse for the letter M.

Make a joyful noise, to the Lord all the earth. We’re gonna make a joyful noise to the Lord all the earth! Serve the Lord with gladness! Come into his presence with Singing

Teaching your child the Meaning of Psalm 100:1-2

Talk to your children about how God loves it when they sing to Him or make music to praise Him. Whether we have a beautiful singing voice or not, when we praise the Lord, our voices sound beautiful to the heavens.

We can do this by singing worship songs in church but also at home or anytime and all the time. Learning to sing back His Word to Him like we are doing through these ABC Bible memory songs is a great example of “a joyful noise to the Lord.”

If you want to take it a step further, you can make simple instruments with your children. Some ideas to make can be found here, then scroll down to “Activity 1: Hands on Activity”

Learning Psalm 100:1-2 with song

What is remembered with song is remembered long.

The video for Psalm 100: 1-2 is simply words on the screen but has voices from young kids with an upbeat tune perfect for kids.

If you have young children and find both verses too much to memorize, consider just memorizing the first sentence.

Free Printable for Psalm 100:1-2

As always I like to provide a printable of the verse as well.

The more often you and your children repeat the song and see the words, the better the chance it has to stick in your head for the years to come.

Click on the image below to download for free. Hang this verse up to aid memorization!

psalm 100:1-2

Have You been joining us?

If you have been following this series then you’ve hit the halfway mark.  (If you haven’t been following the series, it’s not too late to start! Get the full scoop here!)

I remember Verse M was when my children hit a wall. 

If this week feels sluggish for you too, take heart. 

Consider pausing for a week and concentrating instead on the past twelve verses. 

  • Sing a couple of different verses each day instead of learning a new one.
  • Or if you haven’t purchased the ABC Workbook, this is the perfect time to do so!
  • Work through a few pages of each verse while you’re on your mini-break to reinforce the memorization of the first 12 verses.  

We want to keep this a fun, encouraging activity for you and your children. 

And if you just stumbled upon this series, it’s not late to start! You find the index of all verses A-Z here.

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–>Up your prayer life with these tips on how to pray effectively.

Bible Memory Verses: “M” Psalm 100: 1-2