Bible Study methods
If you want to practice a certain Bible verse, select the verse in the 'Verse' list and choose 'Practice'.
Practice allows you to memorize the passage little by little. You can obfuscate it and fill in the gaps, play a puzzle, type, or learn the verse word by word and line by line.
Obfuscation is a good starting point for memorizing a passage. Tap the button several times to hide some of the words.
Try to fill in the gaps.
Another way to tackle a passage is the puzzle. Your task is to assemble the passage from the given words.
The puzzle offers you a selection for the next word in the passage.
Select a word, if it is the right word, it is added to the passage. At the same time, Remember Me offers the selection for the next word.
If you have chosen a wrong word, nothing happens. Try a different word.
If you would like to have less or more words to choose from, you can change the number of items in Remember Me's 'Settings' under 'Puzzle Items'.
After playing the puzzle for several times you will get a sense for the sequence of the words and you can move on to practicing the passage without the help of puzzle items.
Word by Word / Line by Line
Try to say the next word/line and press the button to see if you got it right. If the lines are too long, use the editor to divide them.
Go on with the next word/line. Repeat this procedure until you can say all parts correctly. When you are finished, press the 'x' button to return to the lists.
Remember Me can show placeholders or the first letters of the words as a hint. Click on the button with the question mark to toggle through the different options.
Type the first letter of the next word. You can also select the microphone and speak the verse.
If you need a hint, press the space bar. The dot key (.) toggles the placeholders on and off.