RL 15NU Studiowanie Biblii

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Session 15: Studying the Bible

In this session, you will be introduced to a simple way to study the Bible and teach it to others.

Heart of a Leader

  1. What are you learning about abiding in Christ? How are you practicing abiding through His Word, prayer, obedience, PCS, relationships and fellowship?
  2. In what areas of your life do you find it challenging to obey God?
  3. What unresolved conflict do you have?
  4. In what areas are you believing God by faith, beyond your own ability?


Celebration of Faithfulness

  • Share what has happened since the last meeting. Ask them to relate it to goals from the last meeting.

Iron on Iron: Sharpening Myself and Others

Proverbs 27:17 “As iron sharpens iron, one man sharpens another.”

  1. What is going well?
  2. What is not going well? What obstacles are you facing?
  3. What are possible solutions from the other group members?
  4. What do you need to do to add the missing characteristics into each group?
  5. Where will you start a new group or church this month?










Discovery Bible Study – How to Study the Bible

Section 1: Scripture’s teaching about Scripture

From God: 2 Peter 1:20-21

Gives Us Hope: Romans 15:4

His Word is Sure: Isaiah 55:8-11; Matthew 24:35

Builds Us Up: Romans 10:17; John 17:17

Useful For Us: Psalm 19:7-11; Hebrews 4:12-14; 2 Timothy 3:15-17

  • What caught your attention? (or What did you like best?) Why?
  • How would you summarize what you learned about scripture?

Summary:



Section 2: A Basic Bible Study Method

  1. Prayer
  2. Read
  3. Understand the context
  4. Ask questions:
    • Observation: What does it say?
    • Interpretation: What does it mean?
    • Application: What should I do?
    • Teaching to others or Group Study: Sharing insights with one another

A. Observation

  • Who was involved?
  • What happened?
  • Where did this take place?
  • When did it take place?
  • Why did it happen?
  • How are things accomplished?

B. Interpretation

What did it mean to the original audience?
  • What are similarities and differences between this passage and our situation?
  • What is the main idea?
  • How does this passage relate to the rest of the book?
  • What other Scripture passages might shed light on this one?

C. Application

  • Is there a sin for me to avoid or confess?
  • Is there a promise to claim? A praise to give? A prayer to pray?
  • Is there an example for me to follow?
  • Is there a command for me to obey?
  • Is there knowledge for me to learn?

Plan to deal with sin:

  • When will we obey?
  • When will it be difficult to obey?
  • What will we do to obey?
  • Where will we be when they obey?
  • How often will we meet with a brother or sister for spiritual accountability?

Teaching Others

  • Who is someone who would be helped by something from this passage? When and how will you share it with them?
  • When you gather as a group, is there something from this passage that would help or encourage your group?

D. Group Study

  • What is this passage about? What is the main idea of the passage?
  • What do we learn about God from this passage?
  • What is the most interesting part of this passage to you?
  • What does it mean now (How is it relevant for today)? How are these same things similar today?
  • What do we have to do in order to obey the intention of this passage? How will we apply this?
  • With whom will you share this story or truth?

Summary:


Preparing for Mission

Evaluate your strengths and weaknesses in the area of studying the Bible and Make a Plan on how you will improve.









I will ____________ by __________