The “Study the Scriptures” study is flexible and designed to meet the needs of a wide variety of people with varying abilities and opportunities for study. An entire chapter, a portion of a chapter, or a single verse may be studied at one time.
Introduce your child to the Christ-centered life as he memorizes 95 select verses about Jesus Christ in four topics:
His Commands, His Salvation, His Attitudes, His Person and Nature.
Exposing our children to the riches of the Wisdom of Proverbs is a strong step forward to growing a wise child. Through the “microscopic people-viewer” called Proverbs, we can see into the people around us. We watch the dramatic changes in their lives when people apply or break these simple, short exhortations to wisdom.
This list is based on the King James Version. Compare verse-to-verse with the tranlation you regularly use and use that word instead. Taken from Dr. Moore's Christian Mentoring Notebook: “Building Disciples” – out of print.
This Word Study Guide Blank is taken from Dr. Moore's Christian Mentoring Notebook: “Building Disciples.”
There are some 13,000 different Hebrew and Greek words in the Bible. While a knowledge of the original languages is a vital tool in discovery, any person taught by the Spirit and using a good Concordance or Word Pictures can mine gold from God's Word through word study.
Here are suggestions to help you study a book of the Bible. Read the Bible to learn His will for your life, now. It has been written to encourage your heart, convict you of sin, teach you principles that will shape your life. The Bible will help you to know and love God as you allow Holy Spirit to guide your study.
It happened in the First Century when Jesus actually came to live in all who trusted Him as Saviour. It is still happening today!
As you study one of the people God remembers from Scripture, examine their attitudes and actions through the focused lenses of positive and negative character qualities. God has recorded permanently those qualities and marks that He desires us to study, learn to model, or avoid. (See Romans 15:4)
This guide is taken from Dr. Moore's Christian Mentoring Notebook: “Building Disciples."
Designed for the outline of Four Easy Steps in the “STUDY THE SCRIPTURES” Inductive Bible Study.