How to Use Word Study Resources: Word Study Tools
McReynolds has page #s for:
Kohlenberger's Greek-English Concordance has page #s for:
New Englishman's Greek Concordance has page #s for:
NIDNTTE has page #s for:
Kohlenberger's Hebrew-English Concordance has page #s for:
NIDOTTE has page #s for:
The New Englishman's Hebrew/Aramaic Concordance has page #s for:
TLOT has page #s for:
Many word study books make use of numbering systems to make it easier to find the exact word you are looking for. Though a book might have its own numbering system, most use either the Strong's numbering system or the G/K numbering system. All of the G/K books have indexes at the back to cross-reference between the two numbering systems.
1. Determine a word to study.
2. Identify the original Greek/Hebrew word and note:
3. Create a list of every occurrence of the word in the Bible.
4. Study the background and other usages of the word in Biblical and extra Biblical literature.