The Stop, Look, Listen Bible Study Method

What we want to do is study the Bible and share what we learn with each other. This web site serves as a place for us to collect what we are learning in order to share it with others.We will end up with a living Bible commentary, Bible dictionary, Bible encyclopedia, study guide and lesson planner.

This site has been prepared so that you can begin a serious, thorough study of the Bible for yourself. What we are doing is trying to provide some ideas to get you started.

The most important thing is to gather as many ideas as you can about a passage and then measure what you have gathered in the light of what we already know about Scripture.

Finally, we want to submit what we've learned to other Christians to keep us all in balance. We won't compromise on the fundamentals of the faith but in other areas we have a lot to learn from each other.

Let's get started!

Step 1 Read the Bible...
Step 2 Use a highlighter pen to color-code ideas in your Bible which stand out to you.
Step 3 Find the book of the Bible you are reading on this site. Use the questions to begin your own study. Some words have links on them which you can click to do further research.
Step 4 Study the Background and Focus pages for the book. Use the Master Categories page to find suggestions for matching categories to Bible concepts.
Step 5 Don't forget to enter your insights for the rest of us to read!
Step 6 Ask the Lord to help you apply what you have learned to your life so that it will be real when you share it with others.
Step 7 Use the insights you have gathered to begin a daily personal or family Bible time.

You will find that as you go through the Bible this way you are learning to THINK your way through the Word!

As opposed to always being taught by others, this will be a new experience for you.

The Bible is the best commentary on the Bible. You will discover that you don't have to be a Greek/Hebrew expert to find the answer to difficult passages.

You will be a man/woman of the Word and "ready always to give an answer to every man that asks you a reason of the hope that is in you."

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