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I am so excited to share what I use to take notes during my Bible Study time.
There is a difference between reading the Bible, and studying the Bible. I have read the Bible in my car, on my phone, on devotional books, waiting in doctor office lobbies, and even listening to it read to me through an app. But study? Study is different. Study, according to Oxford is, “the devotion of time and attention to acquiring knowledge on an academic subject, especially by means of books.” As a busy mom, I read here and there, as my schedule allows. But when I study, it’s intentional, with few distractions, and that’s where the 4WHO comes from.
- Where did you read? (What passage)
- Who was it written for? Scripture wasn’t written in the 21st century – it had an original audience. That doesn’t make it irrelevant to today, however. In fact, that’s just the opposite. Knowing who the scripture was written for helps us understand how to apply it today.
- Why? Once you know who it was written for, why? To help encourage them? To teach future generations? To serve as a warning?
- What is the message? What can we learn about God through the passage?
One H (and an o!):
- How can we apply it today?
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Once you have downloaded your copy, you’re going to print. Here’s what I do:
- For 8 x 10, just print as normal and hole punch your printed page.
- For planner size, such as for an ARC planner or Happy Planner, print front to back (doublesided) with a 68 or 70% scale. Set the binding edge so the page flips from left to right like a book, not up and down like a calendar.
- Using the cutting guide on the front page if you need to trim it.
- Punch and add to your planner binder.
That’s it! Super easy!
Hope you love it, and I can’t wait to hear how your printables work for you!
Cheering for you,