Critique Of My Bible Lessons Essay

778 Words Mar 6th, 2016 4 Pages
In critique of my bible lessons, I must first address the issues of studying and preparing the lessons. I experienced difficulty in properly studying the Book of Philippians using the inductive study method, particularly gaining the information that I needed out of the text to develop a lesson. I am now aware that I rushed into the study of the Bible, without properly seeking God and tuning into what he would have me to learn from his word. I was so concerned about developing a lesson and completing an assignment that I neglected to spend time with the author; for getting to open up my mind, heart, and spirit to hear a word from God. Secondly, I should have studied the scripture multiple days rather than rereading the passages over and over again in one day. I have learned that sometimes it take days for God to speak and reveal to you the message within his scripture, you cannot rush the process. Thirdly, I underestimated the amount of time it would take to formulate a lesson plan and create something that can change the lives of students. However, I take comfort in knowing that I learned from these initial mistakes and I will be a better teacher of the Word of God because of the lessons that I have learned. Within my study, I also learned the importance of reading different versions of the same passages, as I gained new and/or deeper understanding from every version that I read.
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