Methods: How to Use the Word

Class Objective: Methods: How to Use the Word is a general overview of my TW Bible Study Methods. These are step by step of using the TW to do a specific “KIND” of Bible study. We don’t necessarily study a particular thing, except as examples, so that the student will understand how to do this with his own study topic or theme.

How to Use theWord

First of all, you as a TW (theWord) user, you need to understand how TW can make your Bible study easier, better, faster, and more thorough. One of the things that TW does excellently (among many things it does) is to adapt to your particular preferences and work cycle.

I am a pastor and missionary, and as such, I work in both English language and Spanish, and I make Sunday School lessons, Sermons, and have about 30 websites that I am uploading things to constantly. One of those is the (English) and (Spanish) websites which are module libraries for download, so besides studying, I am creating modules. Add to that that I also write tracts and books in Spanish, and translate them back into English, and you have probably about 6 different “kinds” of studying I do in the Bible.

I will walk you through how to set up and use theWord for different “kinds” of studying.

Method: English Bible Study, Word Search

(I will be adding to this list in the future)

For me as a pastor and missionary, theWord Bible Software is a great tool for searching the Scriptures. It is very flexible and extensive as far as being able to do many things in searching the Bible text.

But beyond the simple search a Bible, there are a lot of Christian books in the twm theWord format, and you can equally search across all of these (only the topics or chapter titles) and also the title and/or the content of each chapter. You are able to also very easily copy material into a new tw module that you can easily create and update as things go along.

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Where to start your Bible Study

Where to start your Bible Study? is a help article I am writing for those who wish to study the Bible using theWord program. In this article, I am assuming that you already have theWord installed on your computer with a growing number of Christian Bible Reference Library modules. (If you need to add more Christian works to your library, I would suggest you visit my other sites, (General works), (Bibles in various formats), for Bible Dictionaries in theWord format, and for Bible Commentaries useful for making sermons.

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Method: Verse Collection from Cross References

Class Objective: This class will help you set up and make verse lists using some of the best cross-reference modules available.

Prerequisite Classes: Bible Verse List Feature

You will need to download, install and open some cross reference commentaries. Get them here:

My recommendation for use with this tutorial page is to download the Nave’s Topical Bible Commentary.

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