One of the key things I've learned about Bible study is that I like variety.  Sometimes I want to write an outline and do a word study from the original Greek, but other days I'd rather not.  Having an assortment of Bible study options makes understanding the Bible more fun.  People learn in different ways too.  I've found that I'm very visual.  Pictures, timelines and maps are very helpful in seeing the big picture.  Sometimes I'll go an entire year basically studying in the same way, other times I only go for a couple of weeks or months before changing how I study.  The key is being consistent in studying, not how you study. 
Tonight, for example, I had a long day at work and wondered if I'd be able to sit down and be really productive during my Bible study time.  Instead of pulling out my study on James, I printed off the James page from the Picture Smart Bible.  I studied the same book, but looked at it in picture form.  It was a nice break from the day to color, and look at an overview of James' letter.
One of my goals for this website is to encourage people to explore different forms of Bible studyHopefully you can find a format that works best for you!

4/14/2013 11:04:40

Thanks so much! This is a great site. I've been looking for resources to go more in depth in my daily devotions, and this packs a lot of wonderful things in a well organized fashion! Praying that God richly blesses your endeavors!


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