It’s been nearly two years now since I joined Memverse and I’m always amazed when I consider the many improvements that have taken place since I signed up in the spring of 2010. For starters, does anybody remember the old, tri-color layout that was replaced back in May? Our membership levels had recently dropped to around 550 active users - a number which immediately skyrocketed and nearly hit 1,000 in only a single month. We’ve since continued to achieve record numbers and are currently hovering somewhere around 1,500 users with more than 142,000 total verses memorized!
Of course many new features have also been implemented, a few of which include the ability to skip verses not necessarily due for review (>>), tag your verses, search the Bible, track your referrals, select a primary translation, mark verses as Pending, and reset your schedule. None of this was possible when I first signed up, meaning that, if Romans 12:2 was due for review, then so was Romans 12:3-21. Falling behind in your memorization was not easily fixed with the click of a button and the Group Leaderboard was nonexistent.
As I have often said, I truly believe Memverse to be the most powerful tool available to help you effectively and efficiently memorize Scripture. I believed that two years ago when five memory verses put you on the Leaderboard, and am even more convinced now than ever that you won’t find a better piece of technology out there to help you get the Word of God in your heart and keep it there. Although Memverse is easily worth a paid subscription, it has graciously been made available free of charge and, as a result, has helped plant the good seed of God’s Word in numerous hearts all across the world. It’s impact has been eternal in my life and is a blessing I thank God for.