I circle words and put notes and arrows in the margins of my Bible. I also open the notes section on my phone and keep a running list of concepts that strike me as I read the Word. Note-taking is a flexible practice, with many iterations of it.. Inductive Bible studies use symbols.
Some people use different highlighter colors for different ways things are said. But I just read and take notes for myself.
Start with one verse. Read it several times and then interact with what stands out about the passage. YouVersion and Blue Letter Bible both create avenues to check commentaries, read devotionals, share notes, and highlight in a variety of ways. You can even create a meme or image with a Scripture verse and share it with others.
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Pray the Bible— Simply pray while you read Scripture aloud. Take one line at a time and then talk to Jesus about it.
The best way to know this is a conversation is to actually have one. Focus on one verse— Sometimes I feel guilty about engaging with just one or two Bible verses. Sometimes I write that verse on a sticky note and put it on my dashboard or a notebook I keep with me all day. Little notes and verses remind me that Jesus is constantly talking.
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