Outlining resources can be extremely helpful for seeing how someone else divided a biblical passage,  interpreted its main message, and captured the progression of thought. Many may not use the same wording or even the same structure, but there is benefit in seeing someone else’s attempt at capturing its message (not unlike looking over the recipes of others for helpful hints as to how to make your recipe better).

Our picks for the best websites for analytical outline helps: 1) www.jamesdprice.com  and 2) www.wordexplain.com

Dr. Price’s outlines (Price’s Pointers) have more of an expositional emphasis, and Pastor Bartsch’s outlines (wordexplain.com) are more strictly exegetical in nature.

You may also like https://bible.org/series/new-testament-introductions-and-outlines and http://bibleoutlines.com/about-us/

See also these Kress offerings:

Road Maps for the Psalms

The Pastoral Epistles for Pastors

Road Maps for the Non-Pauline Epistles and Revelation

Colossians and Philemon for Pastors

God in Everyday Life (an exposition of Ruth)

The Discipline of Mercy (an exposition of Lamentations)

Notes for the Study and Exposition of 1st John

Road Maps for the PsalmsThe Pastoral Epistles for PastorsRoad Maps for the Non-Pauline Epistles and RevelationColossians and Philemon for PastorsGod in Everyday Life: The Book of Ruth for Expositors and Biblical CounselorsThe Discipline of Mercy (The Book of Lamentations for Pastors and Counselors)Notes for the Study and Exposition of First John