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Matthews Life of Christ Katheryn Maddox Haddad

Matthews Life of Christ

Katheryn Maddox Haddad

Published September 6th 2015
ISBN : 9781516878833
Paperback
88 pages
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 About the Book 

The Bible is easy to understand. It is people who make it complicated. These lessons are surveys, not in-depth studies. Despite good intentions, many people in our fast-paced world today find it difficult to find time to learn the Bible. If you areMoreThe Bible is easy to understand. It is people who make it complicated. These lessons are surveys, not in-depth studies. Despite good intentions, many people in our fast-paced world today find it difficult to find time to learn the Bible. If you are one of these, this book is for you. You will be in and out of the study in no time. The questions are easy. They go right down the line, verse by verse and you just fill in the blank. I used the New International Version (NIV) Bible. Each week is subdivided into days so you need not spend more than about ten minutes a day of learning. Remember, your best learning is done when you are studying alone. When/If you get together with others using this book, since you have already looked up all the verses I your Bible at home, I is suggested hat you go through all the answers in a timely and lively manner. But do take your Bible with you to your study group. Sometimes we miss-read a verse and get a wrong answer (in a hurry that day?) so those are the verses you will want to look up when together with your study group. For further ease in study, the group may wish to all use Bibles with the same page numbers. In that case, your group leader may wish to supply you with a list of page numbers a week ahead of time for the few scriptures referred to in other parts of the Bible. If you prefer to use a Bible you already had, book a book mark in the Table of Contents of your Bible. Most Tables of Contents are both in alphabetic order and chronological order. Try to set aside an hour and a half for your study group. Spend your first half hour sharing your past week with each other, followed by a prayer for each other. You can go through all the questions allotted for each week in the remaining hour. Should questions arise requiring more in-depth study, write them down. Then, at the end of your eight- or ten-week study, set aside a month for them. Use a concordance and look up everything in the Bible has to say about that subject. That is easy to do. I guarantee that you will learn so much in just one week, you will be thrilled. Many people using these lessons say they learn more in one week than they do in a year normally. I hope this does not describe your past- but if it does, tell yourself, And this is just the beginning! Should you have any questions, contact me on my Facebook page, and I will answer your questions there. https: //www.facebook.com/groups/496401913860647/