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Acts Bible Study Guide TJC True Jesus Church
Acts Bible Study Guide TJC True Jesus Church

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Department of Literary Ministry
314 S. Brookhurst St. #104Anaheim, CA 92804, U.S.A.
©2004 True Jesus Church. Printed in the U.S.A.For the congregation nearest you or a publications catalog, please write to the aboveaddress or visit our web site.
The Scripture quotations contained herein are from the New King James Version of the Bible, copyrighted1982 by Thomas Nelson, Inc., unless stated otherwise.
ISBN: 1-930264-12-7
Suggestions for Bible Study
Read Carefully 
Observation is the most basic step in Bible study. Misinterpretation isoften the result of careless reading. Only when we know what thepassage says can we interpret what it means. Before each lesson, readthe passage closely. Read it a few times until you become familiar withit. Observe words, phrases, paragraph structure, relationships,emphases, as well as anything that seems unusual. In doing so, you will discover things that you could never have if you read it casually.
Use A Pencil
Keep your pen or pencil busy by recording your observations andthoughts as you go through the passage. Mark key words andphrases. Take note of the relationship between words, phrases,sentences, and paragraphs. Jotting your observations down on paper helps you focus your mind on the Bible text and leaves a much deeper impression on your mind. Your notes will also become valuablereference material the next time you come back to the passage.
Study with Prayer 
“No one knows the things of God except the Spirit of God” (1Cor 2:11). The guidance of the Holy Spirit is key to understanding andbeing inspired by God’s word. Pray everyday and ask God to reveal to you the truth in His words. Whenever you come across a difficult passage, rely on the Holy Spirit by putting it in your prayer. Through your life of prayer, God will open your inner eyes to know His will andgive you the strength to put it into practice.
Let the Word Speak to You
Bible study is not an intellectual exercise. Its aim is to change thereader in his thoughts, behavior, and lifestyle to conform to God’s will. The final goal of every Bible study is to apply God’s word in our lives.God reveals His will to the humble. So always approach the Bible withan attitude to be taught and corrected. When you are willing to let God’s word be a mirror to reflect your shortcomings and aredetermined to carry out His command, your Bible study will haveachieved its intended purpose.

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