Offering free bible studies of the epistles which are now available for you—as we shelter in place under government orders. My prayer is that they will bless you and give you hope.
I’ve always taught scripture verse-by-verse, since 1974. My students have found that it really helps to go over everything in context. I’ve advertised them as bible study free for alls. Everyone is encouraged to bring their own version. The room used provides copies of bibles in various versions, Strong’s, Vines, and regular dictionaries. Any question is fair game. We stay at the study until the last question is asked.
Offering free bible studies of the epistles of the epistles
The free bible studies are available in downloadable PDF, ePUB3, and MOBI. They have been completed for Philippians, Galatians, and the Timothys. They are very readable versions of one of my studies. They should work well for computers, laptops, tablets, and smart phones. If they do not, please let me know so I can get things fixed. They download fine on my iPad—both for Books and the Kindle app.
How about scheduled Bible studies via Zoom?
I’ve been thinking about something like that. Is anyone interested? Just email me, and we can talk about it. I’m certainly willing to do it. The only problem I can see is the 40-minute time limit. But I can live with that, if there is any interest. I would suggest 1 John to start with, but we could do anything in the New Testament. It’s unlikely we could get through that in 40 minutes, so it might take several sessions. I’m assuming it would all be free. We could use the websites I recommend in the free studies to help.
- Bible versions: biblegateway.com
- Strong’s Concordance and lexicons: https://www.blueletterbible.org/
- Vine’s Expository Dictionary: https://www.blueletterbible.org/
- Maps and much more: http://www.ebibleteacher.com/imagehtml/ntmaps.html
- Roman history: https://www.unrv.com
I only suggest Zoom because I’ve heard it’s the best. I’ve given many webinars. So, I figure this cannot be too tough. But if you have a better suggestion, I’m open to that. This just seems like a good thing to do during this fairly intense birth pang, while we wait for the Lord to come and pick us up.