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Bible Reading Plans
Here are a few plans I’ve created. Just click the image to download the plan!
- Replicate’s F-260 Plan – Currently reading through 2017. A 5-day a week plan geared towards busy believers. Hits the key passages of the Bible. I’m using the free app. There is also a paper journal.
- ESV.org Reading Plans – Used the Through the Bible in a Year plan via ESV Bible app in 2016.
- She Reads Truth – TONS of plans. Some free. I did their one-year plan in 2015 using their app.
- Two-year reading plan from Kelli LaFram
Bible Study Worksheets
Click the links below to access the free files.
Author, Audience, Aim worksheet (one is lined, one unlined)
Foundational Truths Worksheet (Before and after the cross worksheet)
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Links to Online Bible Study Tools
FREE ONLINE COMMENTARIES
HEBREW AND GREEK TOOLS
- Greek Lexicons (for New Testament study)
- Hebrew Lexicons (for Old Testament study)
- Interlinear Bibles
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Links to My Favorite In-Print Resources
Here is a list of great resources to start your library off right.
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- The ESV Study Bible – I have a dozen study Bibles on my shelf, and this is, by far, my favorite.
- ESV MacArthur Study Bible, Personal Size – This Bible also comes highly recommended.
GREEK AND HEBREW STUDY
- Key Word Study Bible – I used this Bible a ton before online sites and apps became prevalent and easy to use. It has the original Greek and Hebrew available for many of the key words of the Bible. Great tool if you are not tech-savvy or prefer to stay off the internet while you are studying! I own the NASB, but if I bought it today I would grab the ESV.
- The Interlinear Bible: Hebrew-Greek-English
- The New Strong’s Expanded Exhaustive Concordance of the Bible
Podcast/Sermon Audio Recommendations
Desiring God – HUGE library of sermons, articles, podcast episodes all well-organized by Scripture and topic!
The Village Church Sermons – another great bank of sermon audios.
The Briefing – I try to listen to this podcast daily. It is not necessarily a Bible study podcast, but he shares the highlights of the news, culture, and important events of our day, and gives thoughts on how to think through each with a Biblical Christian worldview.
Jen Wilkin’s Flower Mound Women’s Bible Study – great teaching through books of the Bible.