I have created FREE Verse Mapping Resources just for you! If you don’t have time to read. Here is the link to the freebie and a video tutorial.
Verse Mapping is a fun and creative way to dig deeper into specific verses. In 2015, our women’s Bible study started using this method and it has become my go-to Bible Study method when I am feeling inspired. Verse mapping is the process of locating a verse of scripture in the Bible, extracting the main idea, and writing a short summary of the verse. It is a way to dig deeper into God’s word. It is a helpful tool to analyze large portions of scripture and understand it more deeply. Verse mapping is similar to scripture study but more focused on summarizing.
What is verse mapping?
Verse mapping is a process of interpreting the Bible by looking at verses from the Bible as a whole, rather than in isolation.
The verses are then arranged in a logical order, which is often a chronological order of the events in the Bible. This is a helpful way to understand God’s word.
How to use verse mapping
Verse mapping is a helpful tool to help people learn the Bible.
This can be done by identifying the verses that are most important to you and then marking them with colored lines. This will help you to focus on the verses that are most important to you and can also help to develop a plan of action for the verses that are less important to you.
The best way to learn more about verse mapping is to watch a video about it.
The best resources to help you with verse mapping
Verse mapping is a way to expand your understanding of the Bible by exploring the verses that are related to a certain subject.
Verse mapping is a great way to study God’s Word because it helps you to explore Scripture on your own.
Verse mapping can be done on a computer, tablet, or even a paper.
There are a lot of great resources online that are available to help you with verse mapping and they are free. The best online resources to help you with verse mapping are the Blue Letter Bible and BibleGateway.com. Blue Letter Bible and BibleGateway.com both offer great tools that allow you to explore the Bible and find verses related to a particular subject and help you to dig deeper into God’s Word.
Verse Mapping Resource No. 1 | Verse Mapping 101 – “Kristy Cambron”
Kristy Cambron at www.kristycambron.com created a perfect how-to guide that breaks down the process and provides a printable useful in starting this method. She also has new materials coming in 2021! She is passionate about this process and goes into depth about the subject. GREAT RESOURCE!
Verse Mapping Resource No. 2 | Bible Journaling – “Glory Expressed Creative Journaling Plus”
Samantha Jolicoeur has a YouTube channel dedicated to journaling and DIY crafts all geared toward diving deeper into God’s Word. In this video, she walks you through HOW to verse map using resources found on the internet.
Verse Mapping Resource No. 3 | Verse Mapping for Beginners – “Arabah Joy”
Arabah Joy walks you through how to conduct the verse mapping method with free resources AND why she used the specific verse. You get to walk hand-in-hand with her as she unlocks the truths inside of Psalm 34:5. I found it very helpful that she provided pictures and descriptions on each step as she mapped out the meaning deep within the context of this Psalm.
Verse Mapping Resource No. 4 | A Creative Way to Unlock More of the Bible – “Faith Spilling Over”
Betsy over at Faith Spilling Over uses a super simple approach when describing her verse mapping. Yet, I found her clean and straight-to-the-point helpful approach. Also, her example sheet was very well done and got the point across to my visual mind.
More Examples of Verse Mapping
When it comes to seeing something implemented, I have a very visual mind, and seeing this method on a piece of paper is very useful.
Verse mapping is a biblical approach to studying the Bible.
It is a type of Bible study that helps the reader to understand the Bible in a way that can be applied to the reader’s life. Verses are mapped out in a grid to help the reader see how different passages fit together in a larger context. It’s a great way to better understand the Bible and help you to grow in your faith. I recommend using The Bible Project and Bible Gateway as resources to help you dig deeper into God’s Word.