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The final section is Share. God’s Word isn’t meant to be merely studied or memorized it’s meant to be shared with other people—both through living and telling. This section helps you understand how the reading relates to growing closer to others, to enriching your fellowship and relationship with your world. It also helps you listen to the stories of those around you, so you can bridge Jesus’ story with their stories.
Experience is meant to help you do just that: experience God’s heart for you personally. It will help you live out God’s Word by applying it to your unique life situation. Each question in this section is designed to bring the Bible into your world in fresh, exciting, and relevant ways. At the end of this section, you will have a better idea of how to make choices and decisions that please God, while walking through life on clear paths bathed in the light of his revelation!
Explore takes you deeper into God’s Word by inviting you to think more critically and explain what the passage is saying. Often there is some extra information to highlight and clarify certain aspects of the passage, while inviting you to make connections. Don’t worry if the answers aren’t immediately apparent. Sometimes you may need to dig a little deeper or take a little more time to think. You’ll be grateful you did, because you will have tapped into God’s revelation-light in greater measure!
The Discover section is designed to help you make observations about the reading. Every lesson opens with the same three questions: What did you notice, perhaps for the first time? What questions do you have? And, what did you learn about the heart of God? There are no right answers here! They are meant to jump-start your journey into God’s truth by bringing to the surface your initial impressions about the passage. The other questions help draw your attention to specific points the author wrote and discover the truths God is conveying.