Look up a topic in the Glossary     View the chapters of the concordance     Look up a verse in the cross-reference Index


    KJV      WEB (Gospels  Epistles)      Parallel Gospels      Endtime Prophecy



See Tutorial on U-Tube: General overview of the website


The key element of this Bible program is the code numbers, such as 156c. A code like this refers to 

a page number "156", and the letter "c" refers to location on the page marked along the left margin.

Navigation bars are at the top of every page. Press Ctrl + Home on your keyboard to access them.

Pressing the "Ctrl" button on your keyboard as you click on a link, and it will open a new tab.  Using tabs 

is an effective way to navigate this and other websites.




Look up a Topic

Look up verses/commentary

Determine the Context of a Topic, using chapter outlines

Searching this website



    Use this button...               do this



Search the glossary for topics 



Access the chapters and outlines of the concordance (main body)

Look up a verse in the cross-reference index or read commentary


Instructions for looking up a Topic 

Click on the Bible Topics button above

Click on the appropriate letter, the way the topic is spelled

Find your topic in the glossary and then click on the corresponding page number next to it 

When clicking on a page number, such as 134f, the link will take you to page 134 of the concordance, then locate the "f" along the left margin of the page


Instructions for looking up a verse

Click on the WEB button above

Press Ctrl + F on your keyboard to summon the find function

Enter a search term

Once you find your verse, you can click on the numbered links to read commentary: 


Instructions for researching commentary

Click the Commentary button above

Click on a book of the New Testament

Pick a chapter and click on a verse. Here you can review other topics and read commentary.


Instructions for researching the concordance

Click the Concordance button above

Find the chapter you wish to explore and click on the outline link to find a section of interest

Click the page number on the left highlighted in yellow to access that section in the main body



Instructions for printing

See tutorial on U-Tube: Printing a section of a page


Option 1 (Print whole pages) -- If you want to print the entire page (which can be many pages on paper), just click the print icon configured on your browser or press Ctrl + P on your keyboard and then click Print. This will print everything, including buttons, the gray background and pictures.  


Option 2 (Print sections only) -- If you want to print only a section of a page, click and drag the mouse to highlight the section you want printed, and then press Ctrl + P on your keyboard to evoke the printer application. If needed click "More Settings," and from the options menu click "Selection Only" and then "Print". 


Option 3 (Copy and Paste) -- Using the copy and paste method gives you the most control over what is printed, but is a bit more involved. Most web browsers allow you to copy and paste without any problems, but Google Chrome will copy and paste the (gray) background along with the text. The following instructions tell how to remove the background and other unwanted special formatting before printing by pasting first in Notepad, then recopy and paste into your word processor. 


Copy what you want printed: click and drag the mouse to highlight the section and then press Ctrl + C on your keyboard to copy it to the clipboard.

Open Notepad and paste the contents to the new page (Ctrl + V)

Now recopy what you just pasted into Notepad, open your word processor and paste again the contents into MS Word.

From there you can make changes to the font type and size and whatever else needs changing and print the document.


    Copying into notepad first allows you to print text only (no buttons or pictures or special formatting, etc.), and recopying into MS Word is for further editing and printing.





People come to Jean's Bible Study with either a topic or a verse in mind. Starting with a topic will lead you to verses, and starting with a verse will lead you to topics. In the glossary you click on the link that takes you to the concordance where that topic is located. There you will discover other related topics, all with references to Scripture. Clicking on a link, such as 1Cor 2-13, will take you to the cross-reference index, where commentary is stored, and there you can find links to other topics. Clicking on a page number (i.e. 134f) will take you back to the concordance to new topics and references and links to other commentary. 





There are tools you can bring to the table that work well in conjunction with Jean's Bible Study to enhance your experience in God's Word:

Pen and notepad

Your personal Bible or use an online resource

Dictionary and Thesaurus

Bible Dictionary

Strong's Concordance of the Bible 


With these tools you can do a more concise study on the Bible and find the exact meaning of words or jot down your ideas and things you want to remember. For me, It is comforting to have a physical Bible to see the words on paper, and use the personalized markings.


Project THEORY and brief history

 We have all examined the Scriptures for ourselves and have heard countless sermons on nearly every subject imaginable, yet many of us are still unsure how it all connects to form one cohesive picture, hence we have yet to make sense of what we have heard and learned about the Bible. Jean's Bible Study is one of the most successful efforts in splicing together all the topics of the New Testament to display them in proper context to present them in an accurate paradigm of God's truth, so that even those who are unfamiliar with the Bible can read and understand it.

 This project is obviously God's call on my life. I designed it originally for my own use starting in 1990 because I wanted a custom designed resource tool for topical studies. I arranged the topics in ways that I have heard ministers preach sermons, making it intrinsically a very useful tool for pastors.  Lay people can also benefit from its simple design that avails itself on so many spiritual levels.


This website takes all 3,000 subjects of the New Testament and combines them into eighteen relevant chapters.  The result: the chapters treat the topics as concepts by integrating them into an entire system of thought to show how they relate to each other. I assembled the concordance purely by an inductive approach as opposed to deductive. The inductive approach is a superior method in that it breaks away from the limitations of pre-established mind-sets and seeks to construct an objective view without relying on old schools of thought.




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