An Overview Of The New Testament
by- John Malseed
Follow God’s workings in the lives of people as you study the New Testament chapter by chapter and verse by verse.
An Overview of the New Testament contains a one-page synopsis and “blueprint” for every chapter in the New Testament. Each blueprint begins with easy-to-follow Scripture divisions that are summed up with challenging self-examination and thought-provoking study questions. The study questions are designed to encourage readers to open their Bibles to find God’s truths. Prayer and praise points allow time for quiet contemplation and application of the lesson.
Each section and series of questions have the following purposes:
- To help motivate students of the Bible by making their study easier.
- To help make the Scripture relevant to daily life.
- To challenge the user to learn the great doctrines of the Bible by searching other Scriptures.
The lessons are divided into five parts:
- The Outline Section gives a bird’s-eye view of each Bible chapter’s content.
- The Self-Examination Questions put the context of the Bible into a more practical form.
- The context Questions help the user understand the section in greater detail by honing in on points that are often missed.
- The Research Study Questions challenge the user to searchthe Scriptures for answers, comparing one Scripture with another Scripture.
- The Prayer and Praise Section allows for a time of quiet heart-searching in which readers are encouraged to talk to God and contemplate the lessons of the study.
The aim of Following God Through the Bible: An Overview of the New Testament is to open up the Word of God. The questions asked are just the tool for understanding; the answers are where the rubber meets the road.