Discovery Bible Study Method

Basic Bible Stories

Bible Study has a two fold objective. First We read the Bible to understand the character and will or mind of God. Second we read the Bible to understand how and why God Created us and to have our thinking transformed by his words. To understand the Bible we must ask God through his Holy Spirit to walk with us through the pages of the Bible and be our interpreter and guide. 

Note: Anyone who is genuinely seeking after God as he reads the Bible will find Him. There is no secret code or understanding needed it is that simple.

I hope you enjoy your journey through the word of God 

When you read the Bible passage you need to first ask God to teach you from his word and then to show you how to apply it to your life today.

After you have read and discussed the passage you need to ask God to help you with your commitment to live the discovered truth out in  your life daily.

You can engage or study the bible by asking yourself several questions. These are...

​Jesus’ Last Week and Resurrection Appearances
The Triumphal Entry Luke 19:28-44
Jesus Clears the Temple Mark 11:12-19
Jesus Washes the Disciples’ Feet John 13:1-17
The Last Supper Luke 22:7-34
Jesus In Gethsemane Mark 14:32-42
Jesus Is Arrested Matt. 26:47-56
Peter Disowns Jesus Luke 22:54-62
Jesus Before Pilate Mark 15:1-15
The Crucifixion John 19:16-27
Jesus’ Death Luke 23:44-49
Resurrection and Great Commission Matt. 28:1-20
Jesus Appears to Mary Magdalene John 20:1-18
On the Road to Emmanus Luke 24:13-35
Jesus Appears to Thomas John 20:24-31
Jesus Reinstates Peter John 21:1-25

  • What did you like about the passage you read? 
  • What did you not like about the passage? What bothered you?.
  • What did you not understand about the passage you read?
  • What did you learn about God from the passage?
  • What do you personally need to do about what you read in the passage?
  • What phrase or sentence from this passage would you like to think about this week?

Basic Bible Study Method