Creative Bible Study Methods
In order to speak God’s words, you must first know what God has said. The purpose of this course is to equip you to understand God’s Word. You will need only this manual, a Bible, and the guidance of the Holy Spirit to learn these “Creative Bible Study Methods.”
A method is an organized way to accomplish something. It is an orderly plan. Bible study methods are an organized plan to study God’s written Word. The word “creative” means “having the ability to produce that which is new.” This course teaches you how to study God’s Word for yourself. You will not have to rely on the research of others because you will be able to create your own Bible studies based on your study of God’s written Word.
About Creative Bible Study Methods
"Creative Bible Study Methods" will teach you some proper Bible study methods you will become a voice through which God can speak His truths to a spiritually hungry world. You will no longer only be an echo of what you hear from others.
"Creative Bible Study Methods" introduces the Bible as the written Word of the one true God. It explains divisions of the Bible, versions, translations, and paraphrases. First, the course guides you to discover what the Bible teaches about itself, then creative methods are explained and you are given the opportunity to use each method discussed.
The course also explains how to outline, make study notes, mark your Bible for easy reference, and reduce lengthy passages to simple charts. The course guides you to the proper interpretation and application of God's Word. It directs attention to the greatest Teacher of all, the Holy Spirit. If you follow the guidelines presented, you will experience a new, creative spiritual life flow within you.
No method of Bible study can replace the teaching ministry of the Holy Spirit. He is the spiritual force that endues a method with creative power. He whispers into the human spirit the truths of God's Word, which result in a new spiritual life flow.
All Scripture is God-breathed and is profitable for doctrine, for reproof, for correction, for instruction in righteousness,
that the man of God may be perfect, thoroughly furnished to every good work. (2Ti 3:16-17)