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Small Group Questions for Sermon Series How to Study the Bible Week 1

  1. What’s something you enjoy learning about?
     

  2. Which part of this message was most impactful for you and why? Is there anything you want to learn more about?
     

  3. When you study the Bible, it’s important to choose a time, a place, and a plan. What time, place, and plan do you think might work best for you?
     

  4. Read Philemon 1:4-5, 7-11. What was the context of this passage—what was going on with Paul and Onesimus when it was written? How does this information help you understand the significance of this letter?
     

  5. God is writing our stories right now. How have you seen God use His Word to change your life?
     

  6. How is God calling you to go deeper in the Bible this week?

 

Pray: “Father, thank You for giving us Your Word through the Bible. We want to use the Bible to get to know You better. Please help us and guide us as we continue studying Your Word. We’re ready to know You more. In Jesus’ name, amen.”

 

How to Study the Bible

  1. Choose a translation you understand.

  2. Choose a time, a place, and a plan to study.

  3. Understand the context.

  4. Read slowly and ask questions.

  5. Pray for God to speak to you, and apply what He shows you.

 

This week, find one new or fresh way to study the Bible. Then, share your experience with your Small Group.

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