Category Archives for "Tutorials"

saving word and name definitions
May 16

How to Store Definitions in Scripture Notes

Have you ever thought about how to save the meaning of a word or a name next to all the instances of that word or name? Here’s a few ways I do it depending on the circumstances. Being able to look up words in Webster’s 1828 dictionary or Strong’s Hebrew/Greek Concordance on the Blue Letter […]

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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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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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Dec 14

The 3+ Levels of Topical Guide Study

Watch the New Topical Guide in Action The New Topical Guide in Scripture Notes Remember in April 2017 when President Russell M. Nelson issued a challenge to young adults to study all the topics in the Topical Guide on Jesus Christ? Did you feel daunted by that task? Just looking up those verses is a […]

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Oct 11

What is a Collection Note in Scripture Notes?

In the Scripture Notes application, there are different ways to make notes. The first is the basic verse note which is a simple note field by every verse. You can type as much as you want into this field, but it’s always going to be plain text and should be geared around the contents of […]

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Storing Longer Quotes
Sep 27

How to Store Large Quotes with and without References

Last week I shared how to store questions in Scripture Notes in a few different ways. Today I want to show how to store large quotes that have scripture references in them. Storing large quotes with references This past week I was reading and found this statement by Hugh Nibley that I wanted to store. […]

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question and answer
Sep 20

3 Ways to Ask Questions in Scripture Notes

Asking questions is a key to getting revelation. Without asking, we can’t receive. John 16:24. Hitherto have ye asked nothing in my name: ask, and ye shall receive, that your joy may be full. While serving on my mission, I remember one night pondering what it meant to be endowed. I had only been able […]

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