Studying Through The Bible

“All scripture is given by inspiration of God and is profitable for doctrine, for reproof, for correction, for instruction in righteousness, that the man of God may be complete, thoroughly equipped for every good work.” – 2 Tim.3:16-17 NKJV

If we want to be complete, thoroughly equipped for every good work, then we need all of God’s word and not just select passages or topics of interest. Many have abandoned the practice of studying the entire bible, opting instead for topical studies that are relevant to the students. My friend, there is no study more relevant to any student than a study of the whole bible. Topics such as authority, evidence, peer pressure, and any others you can think of are found throughout the scriptures and the lessons are timeless. Most of the material found on this page is available in document format so that you can customize it to fit your needs. When reviewing the material I sometimes come across questions I’ve written that leave me puzzled. Feel free to comment on this page or email me at b.sullivan@live.com with any questions you may have.

Before beginning your study through the bible it is recommended that a quarter is spent studying the 3-Cycle Approach written by Bob Waldron. You can order the booklet from FC bookstore or from CEI (I’m sure it’s available from other bookstores as well) but it’s not necessary for the study. Click the picture below lo listen to brother Waldron teaching this material.

17 Periods Of Bible History

1st Quarter
1. Before The Flood
2. The Flood
3. Scattering Of The People
4. The Patriarchs

2nd Quarter
5. The Exodus

3rd Quarter
6. Wandering In The Wilderness
7. Invasion and Conquest
8. Judges

4th Quarter
9. The United Kingdom

5th Quarter
10. The Divided Kingdom

6th Quarter
11. Judah Alone
12. Captivity
13. Return

7th and 8th Quarters
14. Years of Silence
15. The Life of Christ

9th Quarter
16. The Early Church

10th and 11th Quarters
17. Letters to Christians

2 thoughts on “Studying Through The Bible

  1. This is wonderful material. Thank you for posting it! We are looking into using the 3 Cycle Approach in our adult and children’s classes next year. Do you have any material available for children’s classes for the 3 Cycle Approach?

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