Lesson 6: Twelve Historical Books: Joshua – Esther
Key Verse “Remember therefore how thou hast received and heard, and hold fast, and repent…” Revelation 3:3a Can you remember anything about what we have been studying so far? The whole point of this study is to help us to remember the events in the Bible. Remember is the key […]Read More
Lesson 5: The Five Books of the Law: Genesis – Deuteronomy
Key Verse “But his delight is in the law of the LORD; and in his law doth he meditate day and night.” Psalm 1:2 After reading this verse, think of some laws or rules we are expected to obey. Should we break the law? What happens if we do? Think […]Read More
Garden Thoughts …
I have planted a garden many times through the years. I have learned so many things, and not just about plants and soil. To begin a garden, one must prepare the soil. Once the seeds are planted, you must wait. And wait. Sometimes the weather does not cooperate. It stays […]Read More
Lesson 4: The 39 Old Testament Books: 5 Divisions
Key Verse: “This book of the law shall not depart out of thy mouth; but thou shalt meditate therein day and night, that thou mayest observe to do according to all that is written therein …” Joshua 1:8 Lesson Summary: Understand that meditate in the verse means: To dwell on […]Read More
Lesson 3: Why is the History Important?
Key Verse: “Now all these things happened unto them for ensamples: and they are written for our admonition, upon whom the ends of the world are come.” 1 Corinthians 10:11 Lesson Summary: After reading this verse, focus on the fact that God’s Word was written for us to show us […]Read More
Lesson 2: God Made Me
For this week, I have included a sample lesson. Hopefully this will give you a glimpse into the simplicity of the beginning lessons. By beginning with an overview of the Bible (in Lesson 1), we can better understand where The Biblical Path of Life study is going – completely through […]Read More
Lesson 1 of The Biblical Path of Life Volume 1
For each lesson, I will post ideas or suggestions of activities we have tried to help in the teaching or reinforcing each lesson. Each idea will begin with a summary of that lesson. In this first lesson, we will begin by understanding that that we were created by God for […]Read More
Why Teach This to Children?
This study was developed to teach children that the Bible is not just a bunch of random stories. The idea was to help them understand that the events in the Bible are interconnected, all with a purpose. When man sinned in the garden and broke the relationship between God and […]Read More
Why This Study?
From a friend and Sunday School teacher about The Biblical Path of Life: I was searching for a church home. Day 1 at Rehoboth Baptist Church the Sunday School teacher was teaching Isaiah, overview style. I fell in love with the Sunday school Bible study (The Biblical Path of Life). […]Read More
Why Understand the Bible?
Growing up in a Christian home is no guarantee that one understands the Bible or how to live a Christian life. Being saved as a young child, I learned many Bible stories but it wasn’t until later that I began to understand how all of these stories fit together. My […]Read More