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Bible Study: April 30, 2020

Acts 6 and 7

The Story of Stephen, the first Christian Martyr.

May, 2020

Our Weekly Bible Study begins with us reading the assigned scripture ahead of time and preparing our hearts for study and discussion. When we meet (virtually or in person) we first read the scripture as a group, and then take turns sharing and discussing what impacted us the most, and our general interpretation of what we read.

Making Notes as we go through Bible Study is always encouraged, as it helps to increase our understanding of what we have read, and also allows us to become more comfortable and familiar with the Bible.

To make participation easier and more memorable for our younger children, we will include a link to Storybook Bible images of the readings whenever these are available.

This week’s virtual Bible Study focused on Acts 6 and 7.  After praying and reading through the chapters, we discussed the verses in-depth and shared our personal reflections on how the Scripture impacted us, and how we saw it reflected in our own lives. We talked about problem solving, Holy Spirit refills, boldness with opportunity, knowledge of the Word, and Divine forgiveness.

Please click on the Bible resources below to read and reflect further on this week’s chapters.

As you read, ask yourself: What are MY thoughts on what I am reading?

Blessings!

 

Acts 6 & 7: Stephen is Martyred
Image Courtesy of: Sweet Publishing / FreeBibleimages.org.

Adult and Youth Bible Study Resources:

https://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=Acts+6-7&version=KJV

Younger Children’s Bible Study Resources:  Acts 6 and 7

Acts 6 and 7-Stephen is Martyred-Children’s Bible Images

 Images Courtesy of: Sweet Publishing / FreeBibleimages.org.

Please Click Below to Enjoy a Children’s Worship Song:

https://youtu.be/bSXMqFCVHfA?list=PLMxQfqk4FnSy048szsz4GBi7BG4FKYk-C

“Our God Reigns” by Yancy

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