Bible-marking and the new coloring book craze can be combined. Sharing God’s Word is the motivation for my new Scripture Series of art. I will be devoting myself to it during the year and have lots of art to sell at Polishing the Pulpit in August 2017.
Bible-marking is an easy way to prepare yourself to be able to study with others, answer questions, or teach a class or devotional. If you’re unfamiliar it, check this out or check out the Bible-marking feature at Come Fill Your Cup.
Today’s post will consider some questions I hear most often. If you think of another that isn’t mentioned, please share it with us!
How do you determine which topics to mark?
LISTEN. Listen to what your friends, neighbors, family members or co-workers are discussing. Is there something that confuses them, such as reconciling the existence of pain and suffering with a good God? Is there something they’re struggling with, such as discouragement or a specific sin? Also listen to sermons and classes. When you hear a lesson on grace or prayer, start jotting down the Scripture references for later study. Neal just preached “Parenting from Proverbs” this past…
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