How Does A Bible Concordance Work?

How does a Bible concordance work? What are things that can help us use it properly?A Concordance Most Bibles have a concordance or an index in the back but it is not very comprehensive, however a Bible concordance is one of the most useful resources when studying Scripture, writing a theological paper, or in preparing a sermon. A Bible concordance is simply a Scriptural index where particular Bible words are alphabetized for easy location and access and which enables the inquirer to find … [Read more...]

How To Prepare For A Bible Study?

How can we prepare ahead of time for Bible study? Read the Bible Verses or Chapters When we have a particular subject that we are covering in our Bible studies, we will often take a look ahead of time at the next week’s study material so that we can read it over ahead of time and write down any questions we might have that we’re not sure about and then research the Bible for answers to those questions. You might even want to access a Bible dictionary, concordance, or a study Bible to see what i … [Read more...]

How To Search For A Bible Verse?

Here’s how to make a thorough search for a Bible verse. Use the Index or Concordance If you are new to the faith, I hope this can show you where to start in your study of the Bible. You may have interests in certain areas and have a lot of questions, but it is my hope that the resources mentioned here can help you have a better understand of the Bible and of God but particularly on topics that you are interested in. The first place I try to search for a Bible verse is in my Bible. I hope I k … [Read more...]

How To Make Reading The Bible A Habit

Here are ways you can make your Bible reading become a daily habit.Use a Chronological Bible I have a Bible where the books of the Bible come in the chronological order in which they were written. For example, the Book of James was written very early in the first century and this book appears earlier than you’ll find it in most Bibles, which is near the end of the New Testament. Also, the Book of Acts and Paul’s other letters (epistles) are intermixed within the Book of Acts because they wer … [Read more...]

A Sunday School Lesson On Nicodemus

Here is a Sunday school lesson or Bible study on Nicodemus from the New Testament.Nicodemus Visits Jesus John 3:1 “Now there was a man of the Pharisees named Nicodemus, a ruler of the Jews.” Nicodemus wasn’t just a Jew, he was a Pharisee, plus a member of the Sanhedrin (the highest legal, legislative and judicial body of the Jews), and he was considered “the teacher” of Israel (John 3:10), so why did Nicodemus come to Jesus, at night? Possibly because he didn’t want anyone to see him or Jes … [Read more...]

A Sunday School Lesson On Noah

Here is a Sunday school lesson or Bible study on Noah.The Favor of God Genesis 6:8-9 “But Noah found favor in the eyes of the Lord. These are the generations of Noah. Noah was a righteous man, blameless in his generation. Noah walked with God.” God showed favor on Noah because he was blameless before him in all his generation or among all those who were his contemporaries but “The Lord saw that the wickedness of man was great in the earth, and that every intention of the thoughts of his hea … [Read more...]


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