Thursday, October 31, 2019

Bible Study 101: Verse Mapping Part 2

I had so many great questions about verse mapping from this post  
on verse mapping that I decided to do a quick follow up post! 

Frequently asked questions about verse mapping: 

Where to start? What do you recommend? 
I think starting with a few of your favorite verses is a great idea. Because they are verses you love you probably think you know everything about them. It's fun to verse map them and find out even more info about them! 

How do you decide what verse to map? 
I either do a verse from a list I keep on my phone (of verses I come across that I want to study) or a verse from a Bible study I am doing or hear in a sermon or podcast.

How long does it take you to do a verse map? 
It takes me around 20-30 minutes to do a verse map. 

What do you do with your finished verse maps? How do you store them? 
I do mine on loose leaf graph paper so that I can keep them in a binder, 
sorted alphabetically by verse. 

Can you give us a list of verses to map? 
Sure! I'll post a list of 100 popular verses below for you to start with. 

Can you save the Instagram stories about verse mapping to your highlights? 
Yes! It's saved under the highlight titled Bible Study 101

I created a quick worksheet with the basics of verse mapping 

and a list of 100 verses to verse map. 

You can find the PDF in HERE to download a copy. 


1 comment :

  1. Thank you very much Shannon for the printables. I have seen this, but it looked a little initimidating. Now I feel like I can tackle it. God bless you and the ministry/work you do on our behalf. I have been following along with the Scripture writing for the last 3 years. Always so worthwhile. Peace to you, my friend. Kim H.

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