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How to create a Bible study notebook

How to create a Bible study notebook

I use to litter up the place with pieces of paper that contained details of the excerpt I got from the Bible, I mean I could use any paper, as long as it is a paper, and the bad side of this was that I my roomie never liked the idea because I used her papers too.

A mentor then advised me to get a notebook, to ensure I properly kept the details of inspirations I got from my Bible study, and guess what I got one.

One unique thing about getting or creating a Bible study notebook is that you can write as much and as long as you want, it’s your book, you design it to your taste, it nobody’s business how you go about that.

Before we get started on how to create your own Bible study notebook, please kindly go and read Tips to studying the bible for beginners, it contains a perfect guideline that guides you through your Bible study.

How to create your own Bible study notebook

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What is a Bible study notebook

A Bible study notebook is what I call compartment as it allows you to organize together all the details gotten from your Bible study resources for easy access. A Bible study binder/notebook also gives you the opportunity to always make reference and to remember the faithfulness of God in your life. Your notebook is one of the most valuable items you possess as it helps you keep a record of God’s faithfulness in your life.

You can shop for your made notebook below


What supplies do I need for my Bible study notebook

The decision to create your own Bible study notebook is yours to make because there are several options such as purchasing a notebook and designing it to suites your taste, that’s what I did. But if you are keen on making yours yourself, this is a list of few items you will be needing

  • 3 ring binder
  • Notebook paper
  • 3-hole punch
  • Dividers

After you have gotten this item, the question that comes to mind is

How do I assemble my Bible binder

This video guides you on how to assemble your Bible binder, I feel a video would be an easy guide for this.

Another way of creating your Bible study notebook is to design it yourself, take a look at the frontal design of my Bible study notebook

This is the design I made on the last page of the book, don’t mind the writings you see on them, I have kids around me.

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Inside this notebook, I have several sections, I created a tab for several categories and it includes

  • Date
  • Bible verses
  • Lessons learn
  • Prayers

Now let me explain the reasons for these sections in my notebook.

1. Dates

I designed a section for dates in my Bible study notebook so as to keep track of my daily routine, it’s not a compulsory thing for you to put in your notebook, it’s optional.

2. Bible verses

The Bible verses section is where I put down the daily Bible I read on a daily basis.

3. Lessons learnt

In this section, I write down inspirations I got from using the SOAP METHOD OF BIBLE STUDY so as to make reference to the prayers and also in future

4. Prayers

In this section, I put down things I got from my Bible study that I need to pray into my life, I also put down prayers for loved ones, occasions, etc.

Depending on how you want to design your Bible study notebook, you can go ahead to add a lot of details like a sermon, Bible maps, and so on.Just ensure it’s properly arranged and it’s something that is understandable.I hope this tip was helpful.

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9 Comments

Olufunke Kolapo · April 25, 2020 at 12:21 pm

This is a brilliant idea. I never thought to have a note for Bible Study. And I love making jottings while studying.
It would be awesome to have something to go back to for more understanding or reference.

    victoria · April 25, 2020 at 11:24 am

    Yes, its an awesome idea

Tracy @ Cleland Clan · April 25, 2020 at 2:14 pm

I really like the idea of a Bible study notebook. It’s something that you can always refer back to.

    victoria · April 25, 2020 at 2:03 pm

    Yes ma, you always have something to get back to.

Charlotte Jessop · April 25, 2020 at 8:41 pm

I’ve never dedicated a notebook specifically to this. I’m now thinking I should. Thanks!

    victoria · April 25, 2020 at 7:44 pm

    It goes a long way, to help out in Bible study, its very crucial and necessary,

4blessingsandus · April 25, 2020 at 8:51 pm

Am definitely going to try this. A bible study notebook will definitely make studying the bible easier.
Thanks for sharing!

    victoria · April 25, 2020 at 8:55 pm

    Yes for sure

Alicia Ishidq · May 25, 2020 at 5:14 pm

This is a fantastic idea. I started journaling two years and it radically deepened my relationship with Christ. We do so many studies and forgot many important lessons. Having them in a notebook to go back and reflect to allow God to reveal something new is beautiful.

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