10 Keys To Studying The Bible

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Thank you for choosing The Ten Keys to Study the Bible for your teaching/learning material. The material for this module is designed to help you study a book of the Bible, one chapter at a time. At the end of this study, you should be able to identify:

• Critical themes for each chapter
• The key points and take away from each chapter
• Be able to pinpoint specific truths that you can start incorporating in your life.

Here is what you will need to have success with this learning material

1. Get a Good Study Bible in a Translation You Understand
There are hundreds of Bible translations. The best translation is the one you will read and can understand. I suggest a study Bible, which will help you reference other scriptures, find pertinent information about the characters in the chapter you’re reading, and a concordance.

2. Pen, journal, and the Ten Keys to Studying the Bible in Word format
Thank you for partnering with Anita Wamble Ministries as we purpose to inspire others to a more significant relationship with God and themselves to create their successes.

I would love to hear from you. Let me know if the materials are helpful and are making your Bible study time more productive. Also, if you have questions about these materials, please reach out to me at www.anitawamble.com.

Be blessed on purpose,

Living Above Mediocrity,
Anita Wamble

Praise God in the Highest! In His infinite wisdom, God has allowed us, you and me, to be an instrumental part of His great commission. “Go and make disciples of all nations, baptizing them in the name of the Father and of the Son and of the Holy Spirit, and teaching them to obey everything I have commanded you. And surely, I am with you always, to the very end of the age.”’

Matthew 28:18-20 NIV





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Course Content

How To Study The Bible

  • Key #1 – Get a good study Bible, in a translation you understand
  • Key #2 – Set realistic goals
  • Key #3 – Make Bible Study a Priority
  • Key #4 – Pray before you begin
  • Key #5 – Don’t take on too much, too soon
  • Key #6 – Try a devotional
  • Key #7 – Start with a one-word study
  • Key #8 – Start with the New Testament
  • Key #9 – One Proverb a day
  • Key #10 – Don’t stress out!

How To Study Proverbs

Word Study Introduction

Word Study: Peace

Word Study: Joy

Word Study: Hope

Word Study: God’s Love

Word Study: Guilt

Word Study: Help in Trouble

Word Study: Forgiveness

Word Study: Fear

Word Study: Faith

Word Study: Salvation