Tag Archives: Cross Reference Bible Study

Hidden Features in my Bible Cross Reference Books

Bible study is very exciting and spiritually profitable. Bible reading is wonderful, but Bible study is much more fruitful. I have written three cross reference resources:  (1) The New Treasury of Scripture Knowledge; (2) Nelson’s Cross Reference Guide to the … Continue reading

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Nine Major Types of Bible Study Tools–But where’s the Tenth?

On the Faithlife Blog in a March 6, 2014 article by Chuck McKnight, a very helpful listing of nine types of Bible study tools is given, as follows: (1) Bible dictionary Smith’s Bible Dictionary The Tyndale Bible Dictionary Vine’s Complete … Continue reading

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Bible Reading and Bible Study

I have noticed many churches and individuals are forging ahead with Bible reading and Bible reading plans and challenges this year. That is a very good thing. I have seen some rather daunting challenges. One involves the use of ten … Continue reading

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On the Right Track?

“As President, sometimes I have to search for the words to console the  inconsolable,” he said. “Sometimes I search Scripture to determine how best to  balance life as a President and as a husband and as a father. I often … Continue reading

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The New Treasury’s Twentieth Anniversary

Twenty years ago today I arrived home from teaching in Detroit, a trip of 60 miles each way. My wife let me know that The New Treasury of Scripture Knowledge had arrived. That happened to be on Valentine’s Day, so … Continue reading

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Can You Really Study the Bible Without Using Cross References?

You probably can, and no doubt most Bible readers who actually study the Bible don’t use cross references much–but if so, you are missing much, and wasting precious time. Think a moment about how the Bible itself is written. It … Continue reading

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Cross Reference Bible Study–a Most Important Bible Study Method

Dear Reader, I took a bit of time just now to type up the following text from an 1817 volume I downloaded from Google Books on 4-21-10. It may be harder to read than modern devotional fluff, but once you’ve … Continue reading

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