Memorizing Isaiah 55:13

Monday, April 14, begins week 13—and the last week—of memorizing Isaiah 55.

This week’s verse (April 14-April 20):

Instead of the thorn shall come up the cypress;
instead of the brier shall come up the myrtle;
and it shall make a name for the LORD,
an everlasting sign that shall not be cut off.
Isaiah 55:13 (ESV)

Practice with first letters:

I o t t s c u t c;
i o t b s c u t m;
a i s m a n f t L,
a e s t s n b c o.

From The Message:

No more thistles, but giant sequoias,
no more thornbushes, but stately pines–
Monuments to me, to GOD,
living and lasting evidence of GOD.


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More tips on memorizing this verse at Do Not Depart.

What does this verse mean to you? Please share.

4 thoughts on “Memorizing Isaiah 55:13

  1. Jennifer Dougan

    You can do it, Lisa! Good job. 🙂 I like the various memory aids we can come up with. They help, huh?

    Re your comment on my post “What You Didn’t Know You Knew,” I didn’t know Steve Green had a rendition of it too. I’ll have to find that. Daniel and I just made up our own jingle. 🙂

    Jennifer Dougan

    1. LisaNotes Post author

      I think we had two CDs from Steve Green with memory songs for kids. Loved them all! Hope you found it, although making up your own song might make you remember it even better. My daughters used to make up their own, but I was never very good at it. 😉

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