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Philemon (verses 21-25)

Inductive Questions Philemon (verses 21-25) Observation Paul’s confidence was in what? Trust is built through what? List the names in the final greeting. Interpretation What do you think Philemon did in response to Paul’s letter? Who are these people listed … Continue reading

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Student Bible Competition – 1st study sheet

Colossians – chapter 1 Observation Who is writing this letter? Who is receiving this letter? What are the two typical parts of a greeting by the apostle Paul? What are the three words in verses 4 and 5 that you … Continue reading

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Inductive Bible Study – Philemon (verses 1-7)

Observation Who is writing this short letter? Who is being addressed? What does Paul say to Archippus in the book of Colossians? Where did the church meet for worship? Interpretation What is the relationship of the three people to each … Continue reading

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How To Study Your Bible

Title – How To Study Your Bible:  The Lasting Rewards of the Inductive Approach Author – Kay Arthur Publisher – Eugene, Oregon: Harvest House Publishers, 1994 Kay Arthur started Bible study in America the year that I was born – … Continue reading

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What are some people saying about inductive Bible study?

Kay Arthur, “There are many ways to study the Bible, and there are many excellent study aids available to help you with specific books of the Bible.  But the most important thing you need to remember is that to find … Continue reading

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How to Study the Bible and Enjoy It

Title – How to Study the Bible and Enjoy It Author – Skip Heitzig Publisher – revised and expanded edition published in 2002 by Tyndale House Publishers, Inc. Skip is the pastor of a megachurch New Mexico.  Very, very, very … Continue reading

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