Just in time for all of you who will be starting back to Bible study soon after the summer hiatus, here are the new and expanded A-Z Key Word Symbol Sheets! These have almost 100 extra words than the previous ones. I hope they will help you dig deeper into God’s Word through inductive Bible study (IBS). To access these brand new A-Z Key Word Symbol Sheets click here.
Don’t forget that marking the text is a tool of IBS; it isn’t the point of IBS. Marking key repeated words while you are reading helps you slow down and interact with Scripture. It helps you focus as you read. When you are finished, then you have a visual picture of what the text is saying.
Another tool of IBS is making lists. After you mark key words, a good practice is to go back and make a list on every key word. Note what the text says about the key word, how it is used, if it answers any questions such as Who? What? Where? When? Why? or How? You will be amazed at how much more you will draw from the Word with these 2 simple tools than by reading alone.
If you’re interested in using a workbook to guide you through a book of the Bible, Precept Ministries offers the best IBS materials out there. They have different study series that require different skill levels and time commitments. For an overview of each of their series click here.