Saturday, October 17, 2015

Translations and Cross References



Bible Study Skills


Today, we’ll learn how to look at different translations and cross-references to get a better understanding of a verse.

I love the verse we’re going to look today. Every morning, God gives me a new chance to get it right.

Let’s dig into Lamentations 3:22-23. Watch this video to learn two ways of finding other translations and cross-references.

Here's a quick video: click here

I hope that was helpful! So what did I learn about Lamentations 3:22-23 by looking at cross-references and other translations?

“Anything good about me is because of the Lord in me” (Zephaniah 3:5). “Time after time” (Psalm 78:38), He will allow me to “begin afresh.” He will discipline me when I need it (Jeremiah 30:11), but His love for me is “faithful,” “steadfast,” “gracious” and “loyal.” He is for me and will never give up on me!

— Does your Bible have cross-references or other translations in it?
— Look at the translations and cross-references for Lamentations 3:22-23 on Bible Hub. What are some new insights you see?
— Choose one of these verses to discover what more you can learn by cross-referencing and looking at other translations. 1 Corinthians 2:15-16, Psalm 9:10, Isaiah 42:16.  



Be blessed and be a blessing!

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