The Bible is one of the most fascinating, inspiring and thought provoking books you could ever read. Since I started reading it daily for my 100 In A Year project, I’ve been able to learn more about the characters I hear about during sermons and I’ve grown closer to Christ and stronger as a believer.
One of the best benefits of reading the Bible is being able to make connections with the characters and seeing just how similar they are to you. In realizing that, you also come to understand that even though you aren’t perfect God can (and will) still use you to build up His Kingdom and draw others to Him.
I created this study guide printable to make it easier to keep up with the characters and have a reference page whenever you want to jot down notes or thoughts about anything you read about them or their role in scripture. You can print them off as you go and tuck them away in a spiral notebook to keep up with them all.
Download the free printable by clicking here. Here’s a photo of how I use the printable.
I’m currently studying Solomon. I chose him randomly and man oh man…Solomon was a player! I wonder if it was a generational curse passed on to him because of his mother and father’s sin of adultery?? Either way, it goes to show that no matter how you start, God can still use you. Also, even though he was the wisest man in the Bible, he still made a very bad (and costly) decision as and when it came to women.
I’m so excited to keep reading!
Your turn to talk…
Do you study biblical characters? Do you have a favorite character? If so, who is it? How do you plan to use your printable? Be sure to share your thoughts in the comments section below. Don’t forget to tweet me or tag me on social media to let me know how you liked it!