Earlier this week I mentioned that I’m currently doing a series with my youth group called, How To Study The Bible. I can’t share my notes or PowerPoint because it’s heavily based on copyrighted material from my Bible college and seminary professors, but my dad wrote a similar series back in 1992. I’ve taken it and changed it into an 8-day devotional series. There are several ways to use this. I’ll probably hand out to my youth group to go through on their own time, but you could also use it for one-on-one discipleship (especially with a new believer), use it as small group curriculum, or even teach from it.
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Day 1 – Introduction
Day 2 – Observation
Day 3 – Interpreting History
Day 4 – Application
Day 5 – Interpreting Teaching
Day 6 – Interpreting Poetry & Prophecy
Day 7 – Interpreting Parables
Day 8 – Interpreting Types
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Posted on April 25, 2008