The Biblical Path of Life

In order to understand how to live a Christian life pleasing to God, one must first know what His Word says. (Click here to read an excerpt.)

“Shew me thy ways, O LORD; teach me thy paths.” —Psalm 25:4

The Biblical Path of Life is a study designed to help anyone understand how simply yet intricately the Bible is put together.

It is a study for:

  • an individual,
  • a family,
  • a small-group Bible study, or
  • a Sunday School program for all ages.

(Also available with the first four quarters in one book through Westbow Press, Amazon, Barnes and Noble, Christianbook.com, etc.)

The Biblical Path of Life Volume 1: order here

The Bible is the most important thing we can know, and it specifically reveals what God expects from His people. But many can find the Bible difficult to read or understand. Yet in order to know how to live a Christian life that is pleasing to God, we must first understand what His Word says.

  • Is year one of a three-year study going completely through the Bible
  • Begins with an overview of the Old Testament
  • Is a simple, historical, chronological journey through the Bible
  • Compares Scripture to Scripture

The lessons reveal Jesus and how the Bible is applicable to everyday life

  • In the first quarter, you will overview the Old Testament. 
  • In the second quarter, you will begin the study of the Old Testament in the Five Books of the Law (Genesis, Exodus, Leviticus, Numbers, and Deuteronomy).
  • In the third quarter, you will begin the Historical Books (Joshua, Judges, Ruth, 1 Samuel, and 2 Samuel).
  • In the fourth quarter, you will learn of the Personal Books (Job, Psalms, Proverbs, Ecclesiastes, and Song of Solomon).

Now Available: Year Two

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Year Two Quarter One, you will learn about the next two Historical Books and their prophets (1 Kings, 2 Kings, Hosea, Amos, Obadiah, Jonah, and Nahum): Israel (the Northern Kingdom).

Year Two Quarter Two, you will continue the study of the next four Historical Books and their prophets (1 Kings, 2 Kings, 1 Chronicles, 2 Chronicles, and Joel): Judah (the Southern Kingdom).

Year Two Quarter Three, you will continue learning of Judah, the Southern Kingdom, in the books of Kings and Chronicles, and including the prophets where they most likely fit in history. This quarter ends with the captivity of God’s people.

Year Two Quarter Four, you will learn the Israelites were allowed to return to the land of Israel. Just as they were carried captive in three movements, you will see the return happen in three movements, and including the prophets where they most likely fit in history. This ends the Old Testament.

Now Available: Year Three

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  • NEW – Year Three Quarter One
  • In this first quarter, you begin the New Testament, recognizing that the New Testament is the “rest of the story.” You will look at the life of Jesus as recorded in the four gospels: Matthew, Mark, Luke, and John. You will learn about Jesus’ birth, when he called the disciples, and many miracles of Jesus (as He tested the depth of people’s faith). You will learn why Jesus taught in parables, how to understand Jesus’ teachings, and see many personal encounters. Finally, you will remember Jesus’ death, burial, and resurrection.

NEW! The Biblical Path of Life – Year Three, Quarter One Kindle (Full color)

Something New!!

We have samples (brief summaries) of the lessons on YouTube!

The Biblical Path of Life – Youtube

Year One Quarter One:

Year One Quarter Two:

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