Connecting simplifies retrieving

up:: Benefits of Connected Biblical Thinking This is the main shortcoming in common note-taking practices while studying Scripture. I have a lot of great thoughts somewhere but when looking at a specific topic or passage, they aren’t available to me.

Linking insights to Scripture makes it easy to retrieve them. When I open a passage, I can see all notes in which I mentioned that passage. When I open a topic note, I can see all Bible verses connected to that.

This unlocks powerful second-order benefits: Your library on Script compounds in value over time. The more and more you read, the more interconnected the web grows. This allows you to “start from abundance”. Say I am asked to give a sermon on John 3. I can jump into the passage and see all insights no matter when or where they were jotted down.

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👉 Connecting strengthens remembering