Use the following reproducible charts during your Bible study and see the many wonders of God's Word unfold before your eyes as you allow Scripture to interpret itself and speak into life in the twenty-first century.
Background Information Chart - Record all the pertinent information about the book of the Bible that you are studying. Including: Book title, Author, Purpose for writing the book, Date book was written, Where the book was written, Who the book was written to, Historical setting of the book, Geographical setting of the book, Key verse, Key word, and any other pertinent information. [74kb]
Chapter Breakdown Chart - Record all the pertinent information about each chapter of the book of the Bible that you are studying. Including: Chapter title, Paragraph title, Key verse, Key word, and any other pertinent information. [43kb]
Observation Chart - Use this chart to record all your observations about each individual verse in your passage, by answering the six key questions: Who? What? Where? When? Why? and How does it apply? [62kb]
Cross-Referencing Chart - Use this chart to explore and examine key words or people within your text by cross-referencing them with other places that the passages have been used in the Bible. Note all your observations for each word, character, or place. [44kb]