Here is the problem… Using lots of different note pads or loose pieces of paper for your Bible study notes can make reflecting on what you have learnt unorganised and frustrating.
￼It’s even more frustrating when you lose that piece of paper you wrote that great Bible study note on. Or you end up with loads of separate pieces of paper or piles of note pads with no order to them or idea what’s in them.
￼There was a time when I and members of the team used make our Bible study notes on any piece of paper we could find; we would also use a small plain note pad.
￼The problem was… the note pad had so many other notes written on it from our other activities. When it came to making notes for our Bible studies we just wrote on the first clear page we could find, anywhere in the note pad.
￼We soon realised that our notes were all over the place and we could not refer to our notes easily. We would even forget where we made our notes. As a result our growth and learning was slower than it should have been.
￼The Bible informs us in Habakkuk 2:2 that the Prophet Habakkuk was told to write down what God revealed to him. He was told write it clearly on tablets so that the message would be easy to read.
￼If the Prophet Habakkuk can be told to record the word he hears from God in a clear way; don’t you think we should follow his lead and record the word we hear from God?
￼Let me ask you a question, “Do you think you would grow more in your studies, if you wrote down the words you hear from God?”
￼What if your notes were structured, organised and easy to refer to?
￼Would that help you apply your learning and God’s wisdom in your life?
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James 1:22 instructs us to be, “Doers of the word and not just hearers.”
If you hear the word of God through your Bible studies but do not record it clearly, how can you expect to ‘grow in grace and knowledge’ and effectively apply His wisdom in your life?