Be a Berean!
In Paul’s journey’s he found that the people of Berea (a city on the Greek peninsula) were noble. That’s a pretty amazing way to describe someone! What made the Berean’s noble? They “received the word with all eagerness, examining the scriptures daily…” God is still looking for noble souls who will be eager for his word and study it daily.
They say practice makes perfect.
So, let’s get you set up to put daily reading into practice!
Your Field Guide (or any notebook for now) will be a great help. Your mission, should you choose to accept it, is to read the gospel of Luke, one chapter a day, using the SOAP method of study.
Wait, what does SOAP have to do with bible study?
Good Question! SOAP is an acronym to help you remember 4 important parts of bible study. In your Field Guide there is a page for each chapter of Luke with SOAP headings. Here’s how it works:
There you go! There are many ways to effectively read the bible and this is just one, but it should get you learning about Jesus from the gospel like never before. Find the Daily Reading section in your Field Guid and get started right away!