Bible Study with Strong Codes

Bible Study with Strong Codes

Studying the Bible using strong codes can provide deeper insights and understanding of the original Hebrew and Greek words used in the biblical text. Here’s a step-by-step guide on how to use Strong’s Concordance and codes for Bible study:

  1. Get a Strong’s Concordance: Obtain a physical copy or use an online version of the (KJV bible with Strong links) of Strong’s Concordance. This reference tool lists every word in the Bible along with a unique numerical code assigned to each word.
  2. Choose a Bible translation: Decide which Bible translation you want to use for your study. It’s recommended to select a version that aligns with your preferences regarding accuracy and readability.
  3. Identify a word: Select a word in the Bible passage you want to study. Look for significant or interesting words that catch your attention.
  4. Find the corresponding Strong’s number: Locate the word in your chosen Bible translation and identify the corresponding Strong’s number associated with that word. This can usually be found in the margin or footnotes of the Bible, or through an online resource or digital Bible software.
  5. Look up the Strong’s number: Once you have the Strong’s number, use your Strong’s Concordance (either in physical or online form) to find the corresponding word. You can search for the number or browse through the alphabetical index at the back of the Concordance.
  6. Understand the word’s meaning: Upon finding the Strong’s number, you will find the original Hebrew or Greek word used in the Bible. Study its definition, root, and various contexts in which it is used throughout the Bible. You may also explore other related words derived from the same root.
  7. Examine the word’s usage: Analyze how the word is used in different passages of the Bible. Read the verses in which the original word is used and consider the wider context to gain a deeper understanding of its meaning and implications.
  8. Use additional resources: To gain more insights, you can consult commentaries, lexicons, Bible dictionaries, and other study materials that provide further explanations and interpretations of the original words.
  9. Apply the insights: Reflect on the meaning and significance of the original word in its context and consider how it applies to your personal life and understanding of the biblical message.
The exhaustive Strong Code book, by James Strong on the table

By utilizing the Strong’s Concordance and codes, you can discover the richness of the original languages and enhance your study of the Bible. It is an excellent tool for diving deeper into the biblical text and gaining a more comprehensive grasp of its meaning.

See Also:

Strong Greek References

Strong Hebrew References

KJV Bible with Strong Codes

KJV Bible