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Searching for a new tool for Scripture memory? Utilize Verseminder to memorize Scripture on your computer.
The Topical Memory System, developed by The Navigators, can now be used in a desktop application called Verseminder. Verseminder will help to improve your knowledge of the Bible, deepen your walk with God, and help you memorize verses that will carry you through the hard times of life.
After a quick and easy download, you can begin memorizing the verses in the Topical Memory System on your computer.
• Quizzes you on Scripture using a fill-in-the-blank approach that increases in difficulty as you become more proficient
• Click on a blank you haven't mastered yet to reveal the missing word
• Pops up at the interval you choose. Review the verse at that moment or click Snooze to review your verse when it is more convenient
• Hides when you complete the verse and will appear later
• Tracks progress and quizzes you on new verses as you master the old ones
• Stores your list of verses in a queue on the VerseMinder so wherever you go you have access to your verses
• Utilize the verse packages to find the perfect verses for you
• Add your own verses and topics to the verse queue
• Translations available: NIV, NASB, The Message, NLT, KJV, ESV, CSV, NKJV, ASV, Worldwide English (NT)
Purchase includes a one year subscription to Verseminder. Verseminder is available for Windows (Microsoft Windows 6 MB, Windows 2000, XP, or Vista required) and Mac (Mac OS X 17 MB or Mac OS X 10.3.9 or higher required).
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Gary Smalley talks about Verseminder
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Love this app! Really helps me to redeem the time and review new and old verses.
5/3/2011 1:27:59 PM
Product Needs Work
I bought this product and can't say I recommend it in its current form. It has some potential, but setting it up (adding custom verses) is a mess. The biggest problem for me is the the color scheme. Red type on Red background that you can't read unless you hover over it! Come on! I think you applied a web template over this and didn't do any proofing. Clean it up and I'll give it a much better rating. Good concept. Very poor execution.
2/23/2011 8:38:10 AM
A lot of these questions and criticisms are answered in the FAQ link that does work. I memorized all of the verses in the Topical Memory System years ago, but need a refresher. Since I spend a lot of time on my computer now, this looks like a great tool. $25 for this seems cheap to me considering how much even a book costs.
2/5/2011 8:12:15 AM
This seems like a great tool but to pay subscription? I understand why you would charge for the program but why create it such that it requires a yearly subscription?
12/24/2010 4:42:34 AM
Hi, I agreed with the other reviews - until I looked around the site. There are screen shots, just click on the links above - a video review and good shots of the software. Also, regarding the annual subscription. Remember, it costs $$$ to continually upgrade and improve products. This $20 is covering the salary of some programmer somewhere and feeding her/his kids. A fact often forgotten for donation/based software.
11/16/2010 9:40:52 AM
The system is great but $25 a year- really? Think I'll stick to the paper version for a one off payment. Also please list the revision of the texts you use - the paper version has original 1996 NLT not the latest 2007
8/16/2010 2:28:51 AM
I really wanted to see a video of how this worked, but the link on the FAQs page doesn't work. It would be nice to have it fixed.
6/17/2010 6:15:47 AM
How can anyone purchase a program without knowing the system requirements? I've searched everywhere on this site and cannot find them. Since I use a MAC this is important.
8/22/2009 8:43:35 AM
Not to clutter things up for you, but I agree wholeheartedly with the other commenters. We need more information. I also don't understand why I'm paying $20 to buy the product, but then it would seem a subscription is required beyond that. That doesn't seem right. I realize it's free the first year, but I doubt I'd pay for this on a yearly basis. Please provide more - Bible versions, explain the subscription, screen shots, etc.
7/26/2009 5:31:11 PM
I'm a pastor and have used many of the Navigators products over the years in my own devotions and in my church. Verse minder sounds like something I could use and recommend to my church - but, as other reviewers have mentioned, it would be nice to a) see a snapshot of it in action, b) have more information as to translations available, choice of verses, and number of verses selected for memorization and c) clarify whether this is a "purchase" (which to means to me that a copy of the program is mine) or a "subscription" - which means I have to pay an annual fee to access the material.
7/20/2009 9:11:19 AM
I am interested in potentially purchasing this product, but there is not enough specific information posted. Also, a sample would be great.
7/18/2009 4:46:52 PM
I have always really liked the many reources that Navpress has offered over the years. I do have a suggestion about the Topical Scripture Memory porgram. I to would like to see a demonstration on how it works and also the Bible versions available.
Is there a way that you can do this? I believe that there is a market for this kind of program, however, many of us will not purchase this if we have unanswered questions.
7/9/2009 8:00:16 PM
Tell me more...
it would be an effective "marketing" tool and most helpful to see a sample of how this works, along with answers to the many questions left unaddressed. Thanks!
7/9/2009 4:12:39 PM
Need to Know More Details
I am intrigued by this but am hesitating to purchase as I am not sure if this would be compatible with my Mac. Could we have more details, please ?
7/8/2009 9:08:20 PM
I, too, would like more info. It sounds very interesting, and so I have been searching the internet for reviews but haven't found much. Hopefully, NavPress will respond to these requests for a more detailed, interactive demo for prospective buyers to view!
7/8/2009 12:41:59 PM
Too little info
I can't agree more with the other posts. The Gary Smalley video was useless in telling us more about the software. He just said it was great and that we should use it. Most software can be downloaded and used in a demo mode before one decides if he/she would like to purchase it.
Has anyone tried this software and what do you think?
7/8/2009 11:18:58 AM
Not enough info
I agree with the previous reviewers. This sounds interesting, but I wouldn't commit without knowing/seeing a lot more about the product.
7/8/2009 8:42:54 AM
More Information Needed
The information given about this product is incomplete and leaves lots of questions unanswered. For instance, what version of scripture is used? Can I input my own verses or do I have to review the verses Navigators think I should be learning? What is the subscription? Does "purchase" under this system mean I can only use this for one year? I also agree with the previous poster that screen shots would be nice.
7/8/2009 8:33:35 AM
I assume this won't get posted, and that's fine. I just wanted to gently suggest that if I wanted to spend $20 on an application, I would first want to see some screen shots of it so I can get a sense of whether I would find it usable and useful. I'm guessing there are many others like myself.
7/8/2009 6:46:38 AM