Logos 10-Day Bible Study Training
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Learn a proven method for understanding the biblical writers’ original meaning.
- — EditedOver the next 10 days, you’ll learn a proven method for understanding the biblical writers’ original meaning—and how to bridge the gap from ancient context to life today. Click or tap “Follow” above to receive daily videos that will help you put essential Bible study skills into practice. If you already own Logos we’ll automatically add the course to your Logos library when you join the group!
- Great idea and great content for getting started using an inductive Bible Study system.
- Numbers 30 The chapter begins with the explanation regarding a man who makes a vow to the Lord. Yet, the majority of the chapter deals with women who make vows. If a woman lives with her father and makes a vow, the father can disapprove and she does not have to keep the vow. The same happens with a married woman because she is subject to her husband. At the same time both a widow and an orphan must keep the vow because they are not under the authority of a man. In our 21st century western mindset this may be difficult to understand and relate to, however we need to understand that we are speaking of an agricultural and very close knit community. Women were protected by their fathers, brothers and husbands. Our chapter explains the rules in a society which had this structure. Heavenly Father, I thank You because ultimately, Your are the protector and provider for ALL. 16 These are the laws which Adonai ordered Moshe between a man and his wife, and between a father and his daughter, if she is a minor living in her father’s house.
- God takes vows seriously so could we too! learn in action 24 year christian.
- Very interesting, Im new in the faith, and just found this helpful tool. thanks God.
- Observation of the scripture. Anything stand out, hightliteit, define words Interpretation of Scripture , what does this scripture mean to me? Application of Scripture - How can I apply this scripture to my life?LT270 Study the Bible with Logos: Jonah 1:1–16Using Jonah 1 verses 1–16 as our study text, this course will follow the well-known inductive Bible study method of “Observation, Interpretation, and Application.”
- I didn't know there was a shortcut bar! I understand how to prioritize resources, but I don't know how that effects using Logos. I was confused at the beginning about what I was to do first, and from other notes on this page, I wasn't the only one. Perhaps you should add at the beginning to open Logos, and how to open a bible.
- Numbers 23 There are a couple of things worth noting. First, Balaam cannot undue God's blessing toward Israel. Second, Balaam recognizes his limitations. And finally, Balaam in his four oracles submits to the Lord. We know that Israel did not obey the Lord and there were times whereby God judged Israel. Yet, the Lord was faithful in keeping His promise to bless the Lord. Heavenly Father, I thank You because You are faithful in keeping Your word and promises to Your people. Thank You because through Jesus, I (we) receive ALL the blessings. 8“How am I to curse those whom God has not cursed? How am I to denounce those whom Adonai has not denounced?
- I love this story because if you read the encampment placement in Numbers Balaam would have been trying to curse a campsite that was shaped like a cross!! And you can't curse the cross! Only blessing can come out!
- los sueños del faraóncuales son sus sueñosGenesis 41:1–36Reina-Valera ActualizadaAconteció después de dos años completos que el faraón tuvo un sueño: He aquí que él estaba de pie junto al Nilo; y del Nilo subían siete vacas de hermoso aspecto y gordas de carne, y pacían entre los juncos. Pero he aquí que otras siete vacas salían del Nilo, detrás de ellas, de mal aspecto y flacas de carne. Estas se pusieron junto a las otras vacas a la orilla del Nilo. Entonces las vacas de mal aspecto y flacas de carne devoraron a las siete vacas
- Does training work on more than one platform - ie iMac only, or can it be picked up, occasionally on an iPad?