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Oak Norton - Just trying to share a love of the scriptures with others.

10x Your Scripture Study
Mar 09

10x Your Scripture Study

Want to revolutionize your scripture study? Using the Scripture Notes system will transform your life and help you 10x your efforts. Watch the webinar below and you’ll see why we say this.  Watch our webinar replay below where I share a method of how to deepen your approach to studying the scriptures using Scripture Notes. You’ll […]

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Feb 28

A Collection Note Power Trick

I don’t know why I hadn’t thought about doing this previously, but this is a great way to maximize your writing space in Scripture Notes. By design, Scripture Notes will allow for 4 columns, or 2 expanded columns on a widescreen monitor. A laptop monitor will only fit that much if you use the zoom […]

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big scripture study project
Feb 21

How to Tackle Large Scripture Study Projects

Sometimes when you do a search in the scriptures you get a LOT of results back, more than you can study in a single session. So how do you tackle a large study project in the scriptures and keep it organized? Here is one way to approach it using Scripture Notes.

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Uprooting the evil in the fields
Feb 07

Uprooting the Evil in the Fields that we Know

After years of what one might term “black-thumb meddling” in our garden, I have taken it upon myself to learn more about the secret mysteries of growing food and try to develop a green thumb. I’m truly a beginner and grateful for so many resources that teach how to get started understanding soil and all […]

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Orders of the Priesthood
Jan 31

Orders of the Priesthood as Found in Scripture

A military is built upon a hierarchy of individuals with various ranks and stations and a chain of command that is disciplined to obey orders from their superior officers. In the scriptures we find an identical situation. A royal army built upon a foundation or hierarchy of apostles and prophets and other stations which pass […]

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Pray always and faint not
Jan 10

Pray Always and Faint Not

Yesterday I attended a conference and one of the speakers shared a thought on Luke 18:1 about praying and not fainting. With circumstances in the world such as they are, I thought it was a timely message and decided to look a little deeper at this topic. Luke 18:1 is the start of the parable […]

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Half hour of silence
Jan 03

The Half-Hour of Silence in The Revelation of John

This past week I was listening to a book when the author brought up the verse in Revelation 8 that talks about silence in heaven for the space of half an hour and expressed a couple things that made me immediately go and review these scriptures. The book of Revelation (a singular revelation, not revelations) […]

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Waiting on the Lord
Dec 27

What does waiting on the Lord mean?

In last week’s article, Seek the Face of the Lord, there was a verse in Isaiah that caught my attention which stated: Isaiah 8:17. “And I will wait upon the Lord, that hideth his face from the house of Jacob, and I will look for him.” I’ve read that type of phrase many times but […]

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