Roadmap For Personal Bible Study Text Actions Steps • Read the text several times • Define the

literary genre • N ote • Observe all place names and people • Answer the questions: Who? For whom? When? Where? and Why? • Write down everything • Note any strange word or do not know how to explain. • Check the agreement many times the word appears in the bo ok, Testament, etc.. • Write down everything. • Write down every idea that gives the text. • Read other versions for comparison. • Write down the ideas so far. • At the end use other books to compare with the comments her study. • Type the text in their own words. • Review the spelling. • Have someone read to you and s ay what you see. Tools • Several versions of the Bible • Pen and paper for note Cncordância • Biblical • Introductions • Auxiliary Bible Works Cncordância Bible in Portuguese • Dictionary • Atlas (map) biblical and archaeological books. Wor ks about life, customs and culture of biblical times. Information on weights, di stances, val ores, etc.. • Portuguese • Dictionaries Dictionary of the Bible. Context Words • Bible Concordance • Lexicons Bible (original language). • translations of the Bible. Ideas • Bible Concordance. • References in editions of the Bible. • Bible Dictionaries . • Guest Bible. • Journal articles. • Monographs (Books). • Grammar and Writing Books • Works on church history and doctrines of "Christian" to evaluate the historica l interpretation of biblical ideas. • Works on the history of interpretation. Paraphrase • Books on oral and written communication. • Books on Biblical hermeneutics. Considerations: • The translations are not original texts. We need to check them forever. • Words have life. Do not jump to conclusions. • Get familiar with the author and what prompted him to write what he wrote. • Get to know and understa nd well the situation of the recipients of God's Word. • Understand the cultural well before trying to understand the text. • Try to answer the questions: WHO? FOR WHOM? WHEN? WHERE? HOW? WHY? • Understand the current sense of the word and meaning to the original author and readers. • frame the word in the text, writer and readers. • Remember that the word in a text can have meaning and be differe nt in another. • Write down everything that is producing nothing is disposable u ntil you are sure of the intention of the Spirit. • Compare what has been noted with other works at the end of his personal study. • Other articles, reviews, bo oks, should always be consulted at the end of the study staff. • The Bible is al ways the best interpreter of itself. • Use constantly concordance. • In paraphra se remember that a good lesson comes from a good study. • Preserve the original idea of the author. • Apply the text for today.