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Questions In A Box (Mobile app in Apple App Store & Google Play for all those dinner conversations you will get to have!)
Bible Study Guide
If you're feeling at a loss for how to read the Bible on your own or with your family, we would commend to you the following questions to guide your study time, excerpted from
Asking the Right Questions: A Practical Guide to Understanding and Applying the Bible by Matthew S. Harmon.
Understanding the Bible
1. What do we learn about God?
a. Look for God's character (who he is, what he is like).
b. Look for God's conduct (what he is doing).
c. Look for God's concerns (what things, events, people, he is concerned about).
2. What do we learn about people?
a. Look for aspects of what it means to be created in God's image.
b. Look for the fallen condition.
c. Look for how God's people should live.
3. What do we learn about relating to God?
a. Look for things to praise and thank God for.
b. Look for sin to confess and repent.
c. Look for promises and truths to believe.
4. What do we learn about relating to others?
a. Look for how we should interact with and treat others.
b. Look for ways to pursue reconciliation with others.
c. Look for specific ways to love, serve, and care for others.
Applying the Bible
1. What does God want me to think/understand?
2. What does God want me to believe?
3. What does God want me to desire?
4. What does God want me to do?