- Do you wish you had more time for Bible study? Either for yourself or for when you prepare to teach?
- Do you wish you were able to understand the Greek and Hebrew words of the original manuscripts?
- Would you like to know more about the archeology or history of the Bible?
- And would you like to do all this without an expensive and time-consuming seminary education?
If you answered “yes” to any of these questions, I’ve got some great ways for you to accomplish all these goals in our lesson today—Online Bible Study Tools, easy to use, in-depth results.
Below is the podcast, the transcript, and inserted in it, the video overview of the sites mentioned—they are GREAT, FREE RESOURCES—do check them out.
Like many of you, I feel like I never have enough time to do all the study and preparation I would like for the Bible classes I teach. There is always one more resource, one more commentary, one more word study I wish I had time to look at.
Though that frustration will most likely never totally go away in this earthly life, I have found some tools that enable me to do a much greater depth of study in a shorter time than I was able to in the past. I’m going to share them with you in this brief audio overview of a set of online tools I use continuously as I do my preparation for Bible teaching. Instead of one long video, below are links to short video previews of each of the tools, that include a brief tutorial and demonstration on how to use each one.
I’m not doing this to market or promote any of these, nor does my ministry get affiliate or other payments for telling you about them. I have simply benefited greatly from using them and I’ve promised people in my Bible classes for far too long that I would demonstrate how to use them—finally I’m fulfilling that promise now.
Do check them out, they are really easy to use and will make a great difference in your studies of the Bible. [Read more…]