Author: Michele at ScriptureStudy.Guide
Posted July 7, 2021. Updated August 9, 2021.
The following are recommended bible study resources (all links open in a new tab):
- A King James Bible (not a NKJV). I prefer the thumb-indexed Holman KJV Study Bible (example here), but the KJV Sword Bible (example here) and Matthew Henry Study Bible are great as well.
- A Strong’s Exhaustive Concordance to look up the meaning of a word in it’s original Greek or Hebrew text (a used copy of the 1890 version is best… eBay has a few).
- A Webster’s 1828 Dictionary of the English Language (the 2,000 page version) to correctly define the words we find in the Strong’s. ISBN 978-0912498034. Here is a free online version, but not sure how true it is to the original paper copy.
- Optional but so helpful: A whole bible commentary written (or edited) before the 1840’s — I highly recommend Matthew Henry. Here is a free online version, but I do not know how much abridgement or editing has occurred.
- A very fine pen with archival ink for writing notes and underlining in your bible.
- If you like highlighting, these gel highlighters are great.
- A notebook for each topic or binder of paper with dividers for making notes.
For all resources in a digital format, download eSword bible software.
You can also access the KJV on Bible Gateway (it also reads the KJV aloud to you, if desired).
Consider not having electricity or technology… what would you need for your bible studies then?
Consider also having no bible at all — the day is fast approaching when God’s authentic Word will be illegal in ALL countries. What scriptures would you need to write in your mind/memorize to provide you with comfort, hope, instruction and guidance?
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