How To Study The Bible
Who Wrote It?
Pastor Jack explains the importance of knowing the author of the book of the Bible you are studying. In this lesson you will learn how to discover the author’s: occupation, age, background, and more. We pray this lesson helps you draw nearer to the Lord as you read His Word.
Who Is It Written To?
In this lesson, Pastor Jack will walk you through the importance of knowing the audience of the book of the Bible you are studying. To find out who the audience is, you'll need to take into consideration the historical context of the book. Historical context plays heavily in the writing of the book. Grab your Bibles and join us for this study.
When Was It Written?
Finding out when the book of the Bible you are studying was written is vital for establishing historical credibility. Knowing the “when” will help bring understanding to the cultural influences surrounding the audience at the time. You will find that cultural influences play a significant role in the author's writings.
Where Was It Written?
We have reached the halfway point of our How To Study The Bible series. In this episode, you will learn the significance of knowing where the author wrote. The location that the author writes from impacts his tone, his conviction, and the call to action he gives the audience.
What Does It Say?
Pastor Jack recommends reading completely through the book of the Bible you are studying and then slowly reading through the book again in small parts. Take your time studying the Word of God, allow for the Holy Spirit to work through you as you ask the question, "What is the author saying?"