Guidelines for Preparing Your Bible Studies

 

1.      Make it CHRIST centered -LOVE-focused.  Use the stories of Daniel to help to identify our situation, our experiences with God at our side just as He was with Daniel.  Our trust and faith in a love relationship with Jesus will give us peace and joy even in a time of trouble. Just as Jesus wins in the end – If we make Him the Lord of our life, we will win with Him.

2.      Personal Testimony – Give at least two personal testimonies. How God has worked in your life. How the study of prophecies has bless you. How He has cared for you, protected you.  The joy and peace you have since Jesus is the center of your life.  Personal testimonies makes it real, shows how the verse does make a difference.  It helps you connect with your student.

3.      Application – Each section in the study guide (Prophecy Seminar) write a Personal Application
Draw out the main thought in each section. Make it into a personal application for yourself and your study interest. At the end of each section state this is your lesson.

4.      End of Study-List the Application-One for each section Review these with your interest.

5.      DecisionTake the thoughts from each application and make into a decision.  You can write ONE decision following the above steps.

6.      PrayerTake the decision and make into a prayer. Sealing it in prayer.

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