To start, check out the how to learn memory techniques and read the free ebook, FAQs, and memory palace tutorial there.
For tips on memorizing text, see How Do I Memorize a Book?
Does it have 52 sections with 129 points? You could create a memory palace with 52 rooms and then place the data for each section (“Day”) in a room.
As an example, “Lord’s Day 5” would be in the 5th room. The first location in that room would contain the 12th main location:
- Since, then, by the righteous judgment of God we deserve temporal and eternal punishment, how may we escape this punishment and be again received into favor?
God wills that His justice be satisfied;1 therefore, we must make full satisfaction to that justice, either by ourselves or by another.2
You would have to decide whether you want to memorize it word for word or just memorize the basic ideas. (See the book memorization link above.)
You could create sub-locations in location #12 for the associated verses:
- Exodus 20:5
- Exodus 23:7
- Romans 8:3-4
Example: if the memory palace location for item 12 is a table, you could add three locations around that table to hold the three associated verses.