On this website I present one chapter per day, 6 days per week, from the New Testament for Bible study. Sunday is a day of rest or catch-up. Also on Sundays I direct you to church worship at your church and I also present two online opportunities for you to worship if unable to attend church in person.
I suggest one of the below methods to guide you, but of course you are free to use any method of study you wish. My goal is to have you in the word studying, but not overwhelming you.
Study Method #1
A simple study method, and one I recommend if you’re just starting out, is to follow along in a study Bible (absolutely simplest method) or use a single volume commentary as you go through the chapter you are studying. If you don’t have a study Bible or commentary you can’t go wrong by using one of the free commentaries I suggest below.
- Matthew Henry Commentary on the Whole Bible (Concise)
- Commentary Critical and Explanatory on the Whole Bible
Study Method #2
You may find this method of study a bit more challenging, perhaps. You can use this method for just a single chapter, a book or as you read through the Bible. I recommend you journal your studies using this method.
A Simple Bible Study Guide – by Rachel Wojo
4 questions you can use for any chapter of the Bible.
- Which verse in this passage stood out as I read through the chapter?
- How can I summarize this chapter in 3 or 4 sentences?
- What does the verse I chose in question 1 mean to me?
- How can I apply this verse or chapter today?
You can find out more information from the author of this guide at rachelwojo.com.