Studying the Bible can be hard. It's a big book full of lots of little books. Sometimes with hard names and words to pronounce, much less read. How are you supposed to just look at it and know what's going on, who wrote it, and where to really begin?
What if I told you that it doesn't have to be so intimidating. That you could actually teach the Bible to yourself, piece by piece?
Using The Core Four questions to ask when studying the Bible provides a step-by-step system to use when you pick up your Bible. Devotionals at times can be easier and even books written by people who read the Bible themselves, but those aren't supposed to replace our studying of the scriptures, just add-ons along the way.
No, these questions are not my own. I have just been using these questions in my mentoring and discipling for a while, and threw them together to be able to share with you!
There are 4 different options for (free) download. Full color script, full color block, and black in white of both options to make it a little more cost friendly to print at home.
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