Bible Bee NIV Verse Tools
Phil Walker has compiled several documents of Bible Bee verses and prompterizations in NIV (1984 edition) and asked me to post them here.
Bible Bee verses:
Primary verses - PDF format
Junior verses - PDF format
Senior verses - PDF format
Primary prompterized - PDF format
Junior prompterized - PDF format
Senior prompterized - PDF format
If you see any errors, please let us know in the comments and we will look into it.
Again, thank you to Phil Walker to compiling all the prompterized verses and the Primary and Junior documents! I have always found having a list of all the verses printed out very helpful.
19 responses to Bible Bee NIV Verse Tools
Thank you very much for posting this! Our family is going to be using these a lot.
I have a question - How long is it until a verse says "memorized" ?? I am just wondering, because I have verses on Memverse that I have memorized, and am wondering how long it is before a verse is classified as "Memorized."
@Rachel Crosswhite--just because a verse is considered memorized doesn't mean you stop reviewing it. The difference between the verses classified as "memorized" and "learning" is the time between reviews, not whether you stop reviewing it or not. After a while, the spaces between reviews could be as much as YEARS apart!
Now, that, would be AMAZING!
Rachel - It takes a month for a verse to be "Memorized" and the maximum interval is actually one year (although you can make it less in your profile - see under Account tab). For this and other questions, I encourage you to see the Help & Support page under the Contact tab. Many questions like this have already been answered, and new questions can often be addressed quickly by a number of people in the Memverse community. :) Thanks!
Oh, okay, Alex. I guess I shouldn't be saying things that I'm not completely sure about. Sorry. :}
@SBG: I think you misunderstood Rachel's initial question. She asked how long it would be before she has verses classified as "Memorized," not how long they will stay that way or how long the intervals can be.
@Alex Watt - I did make my review interval's to a month - and I think some of my verses are reviewed at that time, BUT they are classified as "Learning". And @Christian Alexander, yes, that is what I meant :)
I've been on Memverse a little over a month and added verses the day I joined, but they still are classified as "Learning''. I know this sounds confusing (maybe) but thanks for helping and answering my questions.
Oh yes! One more question, if you don't mind :) Do you have to have a Gravert account to change your picture??
Rachel - From the "My Verses" page you can see what the interval is for any given verse. Once it is equal to or greater than 31 days, it is "Memorized". I don't know if you realized this, but changing your review interval to a month means that all of your verses will be reviewed monthly... It does not make it easier (or harder, for that matter) to get a verse classified as "Memorized". Some users have found it helpful to have their maximum interval at 31 days, but others (like myself) like it to be a year, or perhaps 6 months. Otherwise, I would have a lot more verses to review every day and it would probably take me longer to learn new ones. But you know yourself better than we do and if setting it to a month helps you retain them better, you should keep it that way. :) Yes, you do need a Gravatar account to change your picture. We have a great community support tool also for having technical questions answered: see the Help & Support under the Contact page for future reference. Thanks!
Is the BibleBee quiz still @ 4:00 tomorrow?
BibleBeeJunior11 - Yes, it is still at 4:00 PM EDT on Friday, July 1.
Will the quiz be taken on this post or are you posting another one?
I just found out that my family's having company over at 4:00 EDT, so I may or may not be able to participate. Hopefully I can; these are very good practice.
I won't be able to come either. Sorry!
@SBG Why didn't you think you could come?????
We were going to have company over, but it didn't keep me from doing the quiz like I thought it would have. :)
Umm... are these links working anymore? I clicked on them--with Firefox and Internet Explorer--and they didn't work. It just says "The page you were looking for doesn't exist. You may have mistyped the address or the page may have moved. Please go back to the main page by clicking here." Have they been moved? Because they worked when the post first appeared...
SavedByGrace - Sorry about that. I did a "quick fix" and they're working again, but we have to come up with something more permanent. For now, though, they're working again. Thanks for mentioning that. Glad people are using them. :)
Thank you so much for putting your time and effort into doing this Mr. Walker! This is going to really help me- and many others- as we study for the Bible Bee.