What follows are some things to keep in mind as you begin your word study with the concordances:
Source: The Eerdmans analytical concordance to the Revised Standard Version of the Bible (1988), below.
The Blue Letter Bible doesn't just give you every occurrence of the English word "love" in a given translation:
It can also give you every occurrence of the underlying Greek or Hebrew equivalent, as follows:
To see all of the results, you sometimes have to scroll to the bottom and then click into the next section, under Search Results Continued (as here in the case of G25):
A conversion chart such as the one on pp. 1825-1832 of The NIV exhaustive concordance (REF BS425 .G62 1990) can be used to convert a Strong number (for example G25 or G5368) into a G/K number. Thus, the Greek word φιλέω (phileō) is number 5368 in the Strong system, but number 5797 in the G/K system:
Once you have a G/K number in hand, the use of G/K-based tools (such as those annotated with a "G/K" on the handout Basic English-Bible Reference) is open to you. One of these is The Greek-English concordance to the New Testament (REF BS2302 .K657 1997):