I have had a few people ask me questions about my Scripture copying. It's nothing fancy! I took a few pictures of my journal, and hopefully these pictures will explain what I am doing.
This is the left hand side of the journal. After copying an entire chapter (and this usually takes more than one day), I create an outline of the chapter. I am using a Bible that I call a "clean copy". It has no previous markings or underlinings by me, but I am marking and underlining as I read. Also, it has no "headings"--those paragraph or chapter summary statements that are sometimes inserted in certain Bibles. The Bible that I am using for copying Scripture is a New King James version that I bought from Lifeway a while back.
This is the right hand side page of the journal. On this side, I do the actual copying. I copy about one page per day. That is one page in my journal, not one page in my Bible.
This is another left hand side page (a different page than the outline page). Normally each chapter of takes me 2-3 pages of my journal to copy. I use the first facing left hand page to do the outline. I use the remaining facing left hand pages to take notes or right down my thoughts.
Here is a picture of the journal--both pages in view.
Left hand side: outline
Right hand side: the chapter, copied.
Ok. Did that clear it all up?
If you have more questions, please leave me a comment. I will be happy to answer them!