“I, Paul, write this greeting in my own hand, which is the distinguishing mark in all my letters. This is how I write.” 2 Thessalonians 3:17
Read and mark. Today as you review your notes, mark with a highlighter or pen those areas that are especially meaningful to you. Do the same in your Bible to key passages. You can use different kinds of marks or highlighting colors to represent various kinds of emphasis:
Circle words that are repeated, either in the Bible passage or the outline. Repeated words are often very important.
Underline passages or phrases that are especially meaningful to you or cause you to examine your own life with respect to the Scripture.
Star or box in “big thoughts,” those things you are reading that are your primary take-aways. Look for that one key thing God may be showing you through His Word through the passage or lesson.
Talk it out. Share something you learned today with someone else. It could be a mother, father, son, daughter, co-worker, friend, associate, fellow Wal-Mart shopper, checkout clerk at the grocery store, the bank teller—anyone you meet is another opportunity to share what you are learning.
What verse are you praying today?
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