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INTERACTIVE BIBLE
STUDIES
Definition
 Definition
of interactive Bible study: It
is a method used to identify, explain
and reveal God’s plan of salvation to
people across ethnic and cultural
boundaries for the purposes of
informing and convincing them to
accept beliefs, change attitudes,
experience conversion and eventually
accept Jesus as Lord and Savior in
baptism.
Dimensions of a Bible Study
The major dimensions:
 God- source of direct revelation
 Church/Bible worker: communicator
 World-context
The Bible worker needs to understand
the inter-relationship between the
dimensions
Topic: God’s Love Letter to Man
Aim:
To assist the prospect in
discovering that the Bible
reflects God’s thoughts
INTRODUCTION
Many of us have received love letters
from our spouses or special friends.
These letters express the persons’
thoughts and feelings toward us.
Transition sentence:
Just as your spouse expresses
his/her thoughts and feeling to you in
writing so also has God expressed
His thought to you in writing or
scripture.
BODY
2
Peters 1: 21
2 Timothy 3:16
Hebrews 1: 1-2
Amos 3: 7
Isaiah 55:9
CONCLUSION
Review your main points
Application questions:
How are your thoughts different
from God’s thoughts?
How would your life be different if
your allowed God’s thoughts to
influence your thoughts?
Bible Study Outline
INTRODUCTION
BODY
CONCLUSION
Bible Study Outline
INTRODUCTION
 Attention catchers: story,
shocking statements, questions,
pictures, drama
 Aim: directional statement of
purpose
 Main points
 Transitional sentence to the
body
Bible Study Outline
BODY-
deductive
format
State main point
Bible references
Illustration
Restate main point
Bible Study Outline
BODY- inductive format
 Read-meditate-question-share
 State the main point
 Illustration
 Apply to real life
Bible Study Outline
CONCLUSION
Review the aim of the
Bible study
Restate the main
points
Ask for a decision
Bible Study Methods
Cooperative learning structures:
 Read-meditate-question-share
 Question-read-meditate-share
 Read-meditate-question-draw
 T-chart
 Think-pair-share
 Think-pair-draw-sing
Bible Study Methods
Move
from the known to
the unknown
Inductive
learning
and deductive
Bible Study Chronology
Bible Study Chronology:
 Conversion Bible Studies
 Life Style Bible Studies
 Doctrinal Bible Studies
 Decisional Bible Studies
Mechanics of a Bible Study
 Duration
of a Bible study forty-five
minutes
 Four to six texts per study
 Sit and dress appropriately
 Arrive on time for the Bible study
 Avoid socialization after a Bible study
 Select carefully your Bible study
setting
 Keep your prospect interacting with
the Bible
Human Relations and Bible Study
Human relations and Bible study
 Pace and Lead
 Disclaimer
 Attribution
 Social justice/law of reciprocity
 Alternative choice in decisionmaking
 Operant conditioning in sharing
decision
Supernatural Influences in
Bible Study
Bible
The
Holy Spirit
Intercessory
prayer
Understanding the Bible
References
 Select
your subject
 Identify and select ten Bible references
which give understanding to your
subject
 Read the references to identify themes
or key words
 Make a list of those themes and key
words
 Look for similarities and differences
between themes and key words
Organizing the Bible Study
Select the topic
Write out the aim of your Bible study
Select the Bible references to be studied
Write out questions to be asked
Identify and select your methods of
teaching
Write your application questions
Select illustrations from real life
Outline the Bible study for teaching
BODY
2
Peter 1: 21
2 Timothy 3:16
Hebrews 1: 1-2
Amos 3: 7
Isaiah 55:9
BODY
2
Pts 1:21 “spoke as moved Holy
Ghost”
 2 Timothy 3:16 “By the inspiration of
God”
 Heb. 1: 1-2 “Spoke through the
prophets”
 Am. 3: 7 “reveal secret onto His
prophets”
 Isa. 55:9 “His thoughts are higher”
Themes
 Holy
Ghost
 Inspiration
 God spoke through prophets
 God spoke through Jesus
 God reveals secrets to prophets
 Divine thought transcend our
thoughts
Questions
 How
has the Holy Ghost guided the
writing of the Bible?
 What
is meant by “all scripture is
given by inspiration of God”?
 What
is God communicating about
Himself when He says His thoughts
are higher than our thoughts?
BODY
Read-meditate-question-share
Read: 2 Peters 1:21
Meditate: vertical relationship
Question:
 How have the Holy Ghost guided
the writing of the Bible?
Share: horizontal relationship
BODY
Read-question-meditate-share
Read: 2 Timothy 3:16, Genesis 2: 7
Question:
 What is meant by “all scripture
given by inspiration of God”?
Meditate: vertical relationship
Share:
horizontal relationship
BODY
Question-read-meditate-share
Question:
What is God communicating about
himself when He says His thoughts are
higher than our thoughts?
Read: Isaiah 55:9
Meditate: vertical relationship
Share: horizontal relationship
CONCLUSION
 Review
your main points
 Application
questions:
How are your thoughts different from
God’s thoughts?
How would your life be different if your
Allow God’s thoughts to influence your
thoughts?
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