Quarter 1, Lesson 2 Complete

Posted: July 30, 2015 in Completed Lessons

Well, this one is out before Sabbath, at least. Yay! This week’s lesson is on reasons we should study the Bible. I think I got a little long-winded on some of the days. And teenagers, am I using too many big words? Let me know: Is this lesson something you can understand? Is it interesting? Does it seem relevant to your daily lives? Anyway, please read and let me know what you think.

Lesson:

Last week we learned that the Bible is the divinely-inspired Word of God, a book of prophecy, guidance, purification and protection meant to help us and strengthen us in our lives here on this earth.

Ok, so we know what it is, but there is still another question looming over us: Why should we study it?

In the book Steps to Christ, we read:

There is nothing more calculated to strengthen the intellect than the study of the Scriptures. No other book is so potent to elevate the thoughts, to give vigor to the faculties, as the broad, ennobling truths of the Bible. If God’s Word were studied as it should be, men would have a breadth of mind, a nobility of character, and a stability of purpose rarely seen in these times (pg. 90).

In this week’s lesson, let’s dive into the Scriptures and take a look at some reasons to study the Bible. And then, once we have explored that, let’s learn some methods for Bible study.

Read it here –> Quarter 1, Lesson 2: Searching for Truth

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Comments
  1. Eddie Castillo says:

    I wasn’t here this week but as far as I can tell, the lessons (or “lesson” in my case) haven’t really used words that are too complex for my understanding. I only have a personal issue which is understanding the Bible in English (distinguishing names, locations, etc.) which should be resolved rather quickly, it shouldn’t be anything to worry about.

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    • Tiffany Collier says:

      Ah. I see. Well, please let me know if there’s any way I can help. And thanks for your feedback! I really appreciate it!

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