Each verse includes a corresponding image to aid in scripture memorization. As children progress through the program you can over the bottom text and provide them with a visual reference to cue memory recall. Charts can be hung in the classroom or stored in page protectors in a three ring binder.
Kenneth Boa The Bible is unique in its production, preservation, proclamations, and product. In its production, it is a harmonious and unified message of redemption that has emerged out of diversity of authors, circumstances, and literary forms.
In its preservation, it has miraculously withstood the ravages of time, persecution, and criticism, and continues to be the best selling book in the world. In its proclamations, it stands alone in its revelation of God's plan from eternity to eternity and in its life-giving message.
In its product, it has changed the course of history, reached more people, and transformed more lives than any other book.
In spite of all this, the Bible is often taken for granted, even by those who vehemently support its inspiration and authority. Many believers associate Bible study with drudgery; limiting themselves to mere samples, they never cultivate a true taste for its contents. There are two basic reasons for this problem: This booklet is designed to overcome these obstacles to fruitful Bible study.
To own a Bible is a tremendous responsibility—to whom much has been given, much is required Luke The Scriptures must not merely be owned, but known; not merely known, but believed; and not merely believed, but obeyed.
To encourage this, we will look at the purpose, prerequisites, principles, process, and practice of Bible study. The first is the realm of apparent reality, the world we know through our minds and our five senses.
If it were not for divine revelation, we would be locked into this level without any way of breaking through to the second realm, the world of ultimate reality. Bound to the level of the finite, the relative, and the temporal, we would be unable to find the meaning and purpose we long for that can only come from the level of the infinite, the absolute, and the eternal.
There would be no hope of finding answers to the basic questions of life: Where did I come from? Why am I here? Where am I going? God gave us His Word to deliver us from this domain of darkness and to transfer us to the domain of light, the kingdom of His beloved Son Col.
The Bible reveals the full scope of the Lord's creative and redemptive plan for His people. Only in its pages can we gain a perspective on our corporate past, present, and future and realize the overwhelming significance of our new identity as the recipients of "every spiritual blessing in the heavenly places in Christ" Eph.
By drinking deeply and regularly from the well of God's Word, our entire value system will be gradually transformed from the temporal to the eternal. The study of Scripture sets our minds on the things above Col.
It enables us to "look not at the things which are seen, but at the things which are not seen; for the things which are seen are temporal, but the things which are not seen are eternal" 2 Cor. This is the heart of wisdom--plugging into the realm of ultimate reality and walking in the light, life, and love of the Lord.
By pursuing the precepts and principles of the Bible, we gain the most important skill of all: The Bible does not tell us to live and learn; it exhorts us to learn and live.
The Bible was not merely written for our information, but for our transformation.
While the Bible is an inspired revelation from the living God, it requires our response before it can have an impact upon our lives. Scripture is indeed "profitable for teaching," but its profit does not stop on the level of doctrine; it must move from the head to the heart to accomplish the purpose for which it was given.
God loves us and desires nothing less than our highest good: A dynamic relationship with the truth of His Word provides us with the spiritual nourishment we will need to grow into the maturity of Christlikeness. Study 2 Peter 1: New priorities and values.
The study of Scripture can deliver us from the bondage of a temporal perspective and provide us with an eternal value system.
By frequently renewing our minds with the Word Rom. The pursuit of God's value system leads to fulfillment and joy in contrast to the frustration and unhappiness that result from the pursuit of the world's value system. The study of Scripture provides us with both corrective and preventive medicine.
It warns us in advance of the kinds of temptations we can expect e.Write for Premier Christianity Why your Bible App's 'verse of the day' feature could be skewing your view of God. researching this my colleague Bex Lewis asked whether there was any overlap between the Bible Apps and websites’ “Verse of the Day” features and this trend.
Bible, Given For Believing Saving Faith Asking In Jesus Name Life Through Faith Saved By Faith Writing The New Testament Believing In Christ Eternal life but these have been written so that you may believe that Jesus is the Christ, the Son of God; and that believing you may have life in His name.
Take your verse study a little bit deeper using the SOAP method to look at the verse for the day or week. Kids and parents can write the Scripture verse down, make any. To learn what the Bible has to say on a variety of issues affecting our everyday lives, choose from the complete list of topics below.
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