The Bible Study Notebook was started around 1979. In the 1980s, I was asked for copies of the Notebook by several people at that time. I felt that possibly I should publish it someday. Then I realized that this Notebook will never be finished, or ended. There was no way to publish it. That is why this blog is such a perfect format for this Notebook. New pages are often added, and more will be added. Old pages are revised. The dates used on the pages are the last date a page had a major revision.
These notes are just a start for each topic. This will give you some information on the topic you are studying.
On many pages you will see definitions. Some have a number, with either an “O” or a “N” behind it. These are the numbers from the Strong’s Concordance.
1234 O – would be an old testament word. It would be from the Hebrew.
1234 N – would be a new testament word. It would be from the Greek.
The definition could be from Strong’s, or one of several lexicons which use the Strong’s numbering system. In some instances I have simply listed the word(s) used when that Hebrew/Greek word was translated.
Thayers is a concordance which is used as a reference in these notes.
Gensenius is another concordance which is used as a reference in these notes.
There are currently over 100 Bible Study notes entered, now the count can continue to grow.
I hope you find this a helpful reference.