Bible Memory Verses: “P” Psalm 148: 1-5
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Bible memory verses for kids plus free printable! Learn Psalm 148: 1-5 in our challenge to learn one bible verse for each letter of the alphabet with our children. We do this by incorporating 4 key factors: Consistency, Video, Fun, Parental Involvement.
Memorizing Psalm 148: 1-5
The scripture memory verse for the letter P is Psalm 148: 1-5. These five verses are fairly long. Depending on the age of your children, you could choose to learn just the first couple of verses.
Psalm 148: 1-5
Praise the Lord from the Heavens;
Praise Him in the heights above.
Praise Him, all His angels;
praise Him, all his heavenly hosts.
Praise Him, sun and moon;
Praise Him, all you shining stars.
Praise Him You highest heavens,
and you waters above the sky.
Let them Praise the name of the Lord
For he commanded, and they were created.
Printable of Psalm 148: 1-5
For each post in this series, I provide you with a printable and a video to aid your teaching and learning with your children. Click on the image below to download the printable.
The printable is just verses 1-2.
YouTube Video for Psalm 148: 1-5
This week’s video covers Psalm 148:1-5, but five verses were too much to memorize for my young kids and honestly for me too. So I’ve shortened all the material down to just verses 1-2. As you listen to the video, encourage your kids with the first two verses until they know the tune and then try it without the video.
Five verses seem like a lot even to me. So that’s why if you’ve purchased any of the Children’s ABC Bible Lessons that accompany this series, you’ll see we’re only concentrating on verses 1-2.
Children’s Teaching of Psalm 148
If you’d like to incorporate some Bible teaching into your week, you can discuss with your children how Psalm 148 says the word “Praise” twelve times and what the word “Praise” means. You can use this children’s sermon as a guide for your discussion.
Not sure when to incorporate a daily Bible time with your kids? Consider adding it to your evening routine as you tuck your children into bed. This worked wonderfully for my kids!
Have You Been Joining the Series?
We’ve been on a challenge to learn one bible verse for each letter of the alphabet with our children! We do this by incorporating 4 key factors.
- Consistency – beautiful printable of the verse
- Video – provided in a form of a YouTube video, plus video your kids after every successful memorization
- Fun – the “ABC” method always goes over well with kids
- Parental Involvement – use this time every evening to draw closer to your kids
Join us! It’s not too late! Go at your own pace. The master list of all posts is here.