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Friday, April 26, 2024

BIBLE KNOWLEDGE FOR FORM ONE – ALL TOPICS

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BIBLE KNOWLEDGE FOR FORM ONE - FULL NOTES


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Notes A and Notes B

Notes A

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INTRODUCTION TO BIBLE KNOWLEDGE


THE BOOK OF GENESIS


THE FALL OF MAN AND ITS OUTCOME


SONS OF ISAAC


ISRAELITES JOURNEY


QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS


 

Notes B

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PERFORM BETTER IN BIBLE TUDY – PART 1

 

1.   Begin your study with prayer

No matter when or where you study, it is always a good idea to begin your study with sincere prayer. Start by addressing God. Then ask Him for wisdom and understanding as you read. Ask for specific guidance to your life. When you’re done, end your prayer “in the name of Jesus Christ, amen.” Praying before we study shows God that we are humble and want His help and direction.

 

2. Set a regular time for bible study, and guard that time.

The Bible promises: “Come near to God, and He will come near to you” (James 4:8, NIV). But we all know how hard it can be to set aside time in our daily lives. Even with the best of intentions, if there isn’t a set-aside time committed to study, it’s a lot more difficult to keep up a consistent program. Find a time that works for you, schedule it on your calendar, and stick to it.

 

3. Take note of any practical or theological problems in this chapter.

Then, using your concordance, look up the key words in those verses and find out what other portions of the Bible say about this question or problem. Compare Scripture with Scripture to find its true meaning. Usually, to understand a Bible chapter, you must study it together with the preceding or following chapters.


4. See the structure

Start with looking for the structure of the passage. The first key question is How did this author structure or arrange this text?

Most texts have an organizational structure. Different kinds of literature use different kinds of structural norms. For example, stories often follow a narrative plotline with a setting, rising tension, climax, resolution, and a new setting. Persuasive letters often introduce a thesis, develop an argument with key points, and end with a conclusion. As we pay attention to the structure of a text, we find the main ideas the author is developing.




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