New, limited-edition LDS Quad!
Posted by nhilton on February 22, 2007
A new, limited edition of the LDS “Quad,” known as the JNH LDS KJV accompanies me to my church meetings, is my daily study companion and invaluable gospel reference. It’s color coded, making it especially user-friendly. There are no blank pages, however, so adding personal notes is a challenge. I’ve resorted to taping in additional pages with quotes, timelines, observations, lists, etc. Finding just the right glue to repair the spine on this rare edition was a real task; it needed to be flexible when dry. I ended up using Aleene’s “OK To Wash It” permanent fabric bond, though it did dry a bit tacky. This book is one of my prized possessions. I’ve actually had nightmares about loosing it. What will I do when it returns to dust?
- How do you chronicle, archive and index your journey of scriptural knowledge?
- Is there a scripture coding, marking, referencing system you’ve used and proven over time?
- When you have an “ah ha!” moment during your scripture study, how do you record it for future reference?
- Could you give a talk in church or teach a lesson with a set of scriptures from the ward library? Or, like me, do you rely on your “evolved” set of standard works?
- How do you part with an old set of well used, well marked scriptures and begin again with a fresh set?
- How do you teach youth to respectfully mark their scriptures?
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