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Bible Studies

How to Study God's Word

using the Strong's Concordance

Crosswalk has a search engine with which you may use the Bible and the  Strong's Concordance numbers together for your study at

To use the Bible and the Strong's Concordance feature, go to the front page of the Bible Study Tools, enter your query, choose either the King James with Strong's Numbers or New American Standard Bible with Strong's Numbers, and click "Find."

"Whom shall God teach to knowledge, and whom shall He make to understand doctrine?  For precept must be upon precept, precept upon precept;  line upon line, line upon line;  here a little and there a little:"  Isaiah 28:9a & 10.

To learn how to study God's Word precept upon precept, line upon line, here a little, and there a little we must learn to use the Strong's Concordance because it has all the words in the Bible, where they are found in God's Word, and what these words means in their original Hebrew or Greek language.

Strong's Concordance Vocabulary Worksheet

Before you can search for all the times your word is used here a little an there a little in the Bible, you need a tool that will show you all the times a word is used in the Bible, and all the Scriptures where the word is found.

The following worksheet will show you how to begin your study line upon line, here a little and there a little.  When you are finished with this lesson, continue to Lesson Three.

Word:  ________________________________

Choose the word you want to look up and search for it in the alphabetical dictionary in the front of the Strong's Concordance

Scripture: ______________________________

Search for and write down the Scripture you choose that contains the word you are looking for

Hebrew  or Greek Number: ___________________

Write down the Hebrew or Greek Number of the word and Scripture you found above.

Hebrew or Greek Word: ___________________________

Write down the Hebrew or Greek Word and its pronounciation

Italicized Meaning:




Go to the back of the Strong's Concoradance, search for the number you wrote above, and find the italicisized style type, and write down this definition.  

There are two dictionaries keyed to the Strong's Numbers you wrote above.  The first dictionary contains the numbers for the Hebrew words.  The second dictionary contains the numbers for the Greek words.  You can tell the difference in the two dictionaries because the Hebrew numbers are written in upright type, the Greek numbers are written in italic style type.  Caution:  Start from the beginning of each dictionary to always check to make sure you are searching for your numbers in the correct dictionary.

Synonyms after colon:



The Synonyms (words that mean the same) are also found in the dictionaries at the end of the Strong's Concordance.  These synonyms are always found after the     colon    :    mark

Primary root word and number:  _______________________

You will also find another number in some entries in the dictionaries.  These refer you back to the original primary root word, which sometimes helps you gain further understanding of the original meaning of the word you are looking for.

Now that you have gathered this important information from the Strong's Concordance, it is time to use these numbers to put precept upon precept, line upon line, here a little, and there a little.

To build skill in using the Strong's Concordance, practice filling out this worksheet with 3 more Scriptures, include one or two from the New Testament.

 Go to Lesson Three    

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