Finding Obadiah and Philemon Easily

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Last night while at Bible Study M was flipping through her Bible finding the quoted references quickly. Then she shared a tip that has made her life easier.

Normally you find the Table of Contents about 10 pages into the book.

M printed this list on a piece of paper and glued it to the front page of her Bible. More discrete than tabs and looks nicer too.

Today’s tip share is being sponsored by Shannon at Rocks In My Dryer. Click on over to read more ideas that can make your life easier.

Entry filed under: Main, Works-For-Me-Wednesday.

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  • 1. Mama Duck  |  . at .

    What a wonderful idea! Have a great Wednesday – our WFMW tip is up as well!

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  • 2. Kathleen Marie  |  . at .

    Excellent tip! My husband has them memorized but I just can’t seem to get them down. Thanks bunches!

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  • 3. Gina  |  . at .

    Someone should really put the books of the Bible in alphabetical order!!:)

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  • 4. Susan  |  . at .

    Mamma Duck – I never would have thought that cooking spray could remove miss-marked marker marks. (Say that 5 times fast).

    Ya’ll need to get on over to Mama’s site for more info!

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  • 5. Susan  |  . at .

    Kathleen,

    Yeah, memorizing them would be the fastest way to navigate through the Bible. I have the NT done, but those minor prophets still confuse me.

    I like the title of your blog: stranded in the mountains. And my, you are eclectic – how fun!

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  • 6. Susan  |  . at .

    Gina,

    Now there’s an idea. At least I could always find Amos!

    Thanks for your tip too. I didn’t know that chicken (many brands) has/have arsenic. Thanks for the heads-up about Tyson and its no arsenic feed.

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  • 7. Susan  |  . at .

    M pointed out (to me cuz blogger wouldn’t let her post) that the typed list had the books in alphabetical order.

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