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How to Open Your Bible & Not Just Point to a Random Verse: Part 2

God gave us His holy Scriptures as His revealed character & will to us. The Bible reveals to us the story of redemption He has worked and is continuing to work in our lives - it is of the highest opportunity and importance we read it daily. But what does it look like to study Scripture, and how do we do it effectively? In this series we are going to talk about and teach through how we can open our Bibles and not just point to a random verse, but truly learn how to understand and apply God's Word to our lives.

Oakley WintersNov 10, 2019

Messages In This Series (3)
How to Open Your Bible & Not Just Point to a Random Verse: Part 3
Ryan OakesNov 24, 2019
How to Open Your Bible & Not Just Point to a Random Verse: Part 2
Oakley WintersNov 10, 2019
How to Open Your Bible & Not Just Point to a Random Verse: Part 1
Jacob AlgerNov 3, 2019

Discussion Questions

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Read 1 Thessalonians 2 and walk through Observation, Interpretation, and Application on your own.

  • Record your Observations (Who, What, When, Where, Why)
  • Record your Interpretation (Context, Cross-Reference, Commentary, Time-less Truth)
  • Record your Application (S.P.E.C.S.)

Other Questions to Consider

  1. What resources helped you to interpret this passage?

  2. Are your applications accurate and relevant?

  3. What parts of this passage seemed hard to understand?

  4. What does your time/place/plan look like?