Old Testament scripture mastery list, flash cards, study sheets, stickers, and more!
Check out what we have available for you this year! You will see that our teaching aids are better than ever!
* This is the updated scripture mastery list as found on the seminary website HERE.
* Please check back in the near future for more things we are currently working on, such as the scripture mastery quizzes, story maps, activities and lesson helps. You will love what we have coming and we will release them throughout the year.
We put in a lot of effort to give each scripture mastery the perfect illustration or visual. They are meant to help teach the meaning and context of each scripture mastery. For example, if you look at the top right scripture for 1 Samuel 16:7 you will see Jesse presenting his 7 sons to Samuel. This is happening in Bethlehem so we included what the streets of Bethlehem may have been like. Samuel was choosing the next king and it was Jesse’s youngest son, not the oldest or the tallest, whom the Lord had chosen. Jesse presented 7 sons and Samuel knew it wasn’t any of them and then asked if he had another son. Jesse said he did, but he was out in the field tending to the sheep. When Samuel finally met David he knew that he was the one to be the next king. The key phrase is “The Lord looks on the heart” rather than the outward appearance. So we are teaching the scripture and the context of the scripture in the chapter – this helps you find additional principles and gain a greater understanding of the scripture mastery.
Joshua 24:15 shows that “me and my house will serve the Lord” meant that Joshua and his family would serve the Lord. We included what ancient homes in Israel often looked like, as well as some family members behind him.
You can see in Jeremiah 1:4-5 that Jeremiah was the prophet in Jerusalem so we included a Jerusalem-like skyline in the background.
Other scriptures, such as the Psalms and Proverbs, are meant to be felt and so we created posters that communicate the feeling, so they are more like art.
Here are some more of the illustrations. You can see that for Malachi 4:5-6 we included Elijah and a picture of the Kirtland Temple where Malachi’s prophesy was fulfilled. We also included a family tree which illustrates what the Spirit of Elijah is all about.
On Genesis 39:9 you can see Joseph refusing Potiphar’s wife. If you look closely you can see a For the Strength of Youth pamphlet in his pocket. We loved that little detail and it can help invite great discussions with those you are teaching.
These posters are available in our combo package HERE.
We also have flash cards that print 4 per page. These are fantastic for many great and fun learning activities. You can see these activities HERE. These flash cards can provide for many hours of fun!
In the past we have made key phrase only flash cards. This year we included both the full scripture and the key phrase. We feel this is superior so that those you are teaching can read the scripture to fully understand the key phrase.
Check out how we recommend to approach scripture mastery in THIS ARTICLE.
Also available is a printable FLIP BOOK. These are just like the flash cards but are a little larger and the reference is on the illustration. You can make a little book for each person and they can have their own little book of mini posters.
These can also be used for class devotionals and those you are teaching can take notes on the back of each card.
We also have a fantastic set of study sheets. There is a sheet for every single scripture mastery and they are each distinct and different from the others. Each sheet will help you dive into that particular scripture mastery and the doctrines it is teaching. Each sheet will have them looking at context, the doctrines (often using True to the Faith) and making personal goals.
There is also a quote sheet for each scripture mastery. We suggest you print them on the back of each study sheet and then every day write one quote on the board that teaches a doctrine found in one of the scripture mastery verses. Just write the quote and the scripture mastery it goes with and train your students to flip to that page and copy the quote. They can end up having 150 quotes recorded! They will love that!
These sheets are some of the best tools you can have. They fit ALL 25 of the scripture mastery scriptures on one sheet. These are great to have and you will likely print these all year long. We suggest you keep a stack in your classroom!
There are three all-on-one sheets here for you. The first one is the full scripture (with the reference, and illustration, and key phrase). The second is the full scripture with most words removed and blanks in their place (this is fantastic for memorization). And the third removes all words and gives you only the first letter of each word.
These are available in our combo kit HERE.
We also have a set of scripture stickers! These contain the key phrases and print small enough to fit in your scripture margins next to each scripture mastery verse. Just print onto sticker paper, cut out, and place in your scriptures!
This can make a great rainy day activity! Give a set to each student with some scissors and let them cut and stick! Put on a talk on CD in the background and they will love it!
These are available in our combo kit HERE.
And finally we have a set of quotes for your scriptures! We call them “glue-ins” because you glue them in your scriptures! Just cut them out and run a glue stick lightly on the edge and stick in the crease of your scriptures. Not only will this give you a really great quote about the scripture mastery, but it will also help the scripture mastery verses stand out in your scriptures!
This is part of our combo kit HERE.