Year 2 Quarter 1

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These classes and the associated materials were originally itemized as I attended School from July 2004 through June 2006. At some point following graduation, I removed the information. However, I have reconsidered the value and I believe the information beneficial. After prayer and meditation, I decided to make the material available again beginning August 2013. I do so because while I have changed my theological pillars for interpreting scripture, this material contains a major section of my scripture study.

The materials consist of several sources. The primary source is me, making my own compilations of my notes into PDF documents. However, I do not claim full credit, there other sources. Some of the material came from other classmates because we as a class worked collectively (something encouraged), assisting each other with things like examination reviews. Some of the content comes from instructor outlines provided during the course of instruction.

As a student and as a searcher with questions, I lay myself before the audience. While I had attended church, taught Bible classes and participated in and lead the youth group, this schooling represents the official instructional orientation of my walk in my religious heritage – the major start to my path of scripture study. As such, this information reveals the classes I took, and a significant portion of the work accomplished during my formal religious instruction.

This information is provided for the betterment of all students of scripture. Keep in mind, there is no one ultimate human source for scripture study. I include these items from my studies because I did so previously, and so my readers can have the best possible picture of the religious concepts I have studied. I will be forever grateful to those who helped me learn. To my instructors and fellow classmates, I say thank you. If interested, my examination, quiz and transcript grades can be found within my Monthly Updates.

This bible school information, along with the writings found on this website, help reveal the path of my scripture study: where I begin (2004) and where I am (2013) – ten years of journey. Use the information. Study. Man’s teachings are ALWAYS to be tested against God’s word. May readers, researchers and the like find this information helpful and a blessing.

Always “…study to show thyself approved…”

 
Items Listed According to Class

Ezra

Chapter Outlines
Memory Verses
Class Notes
Exam Review – Questions
Exam Review – Questions and Answers
Sermon Outlines

  • Outline based on: Ezra 1.1-11, Theme – The purpose of this sermon is to show to begin a series of sermons that present an overview of the book of Ezra doing a chapter by chapter analysis.
  • Outline based on: Ezra 2.1-70, Theme – The purpose of this sermon is to show to begin a series of sermons that present an overview of the book of Ezra doing a chapter by chapter analysis.
  • Outline based on: Ezra 3.1-13, Theme – The purpose of this sermon is to show to begin a series of sermons that present an overview of the book of Ezra doing a chapter by chapter analysis.
  • Outline based on: Ezra 4.1-24, Theme – The purpose of this sermon is to show to begin a series of sermons that present an overview of the book of Ezra doing a chapter by chapter analysis.
  • Outline based on: Ezra 5.1-17, Theme – The purpose of this sermon is to show to begin a series of sermons that present an overview of the book of Ezra doing a chapter by chapter analysis.

Nehemiah

Chapter Outlines
Class Notes
Exam Review – Questions
Exam Review – Questions and Answers

Esther

Chapter Outlines
Class Notes

Job

Chapter Outlines
Memory Verses
Class Notes
Exam Review – Questions
Exam Review – Questions and Answers
Final Exam Review – Questions
Final Exam Review – Questions and Answers
Sermon Outlines

  • Outline based on: Job 1.1-22, Theme – The purpose of this sermon is to show is have a systematic study of the book of Job. This is to help us to see that no matter the challenges, God provides for His people and God knows exactly what our limitations. This will help prove that God will not allow anyone to be tested/tempted beyond their limits.
  • Outline based on: Job 2.1-13, Theme – The purpose of this sermon is to show is have a systematic study of the book of Job. This is to help us to see that no matter the challenges, God provides for His people and God knows exactly what our limitations. This will help prove that God will not allow anyone to be tested/tempted beyond their limits.
  • Outline based on: Job 3.1-26, Theme – The purpose of this sermon is to show is have a systematic study of the book of Job. This is to help us to see that no matter the challenges, God provides for His people and God knows exactly what our limitations. This will help prove that God will not allow anyone to be tested/tempted beyond their limits.
  • Outline based on: Job 4.1-21, Theme – The purpose of this sermon is to show is have a systematic study of the book of Job. This is to help us to see that no matter the challenges, God provides for His people and God knows exactly what our limitations. This will help prove that God will not allow anyone to be tested/tempted beyond their limits.
  • Outline based on: Job 5.1-27,
    Theme – The purpose of this sermon is to show is have a systematic study of the book of Job. This is to help us to see that no matter the challenges, God provides for His people and God knows exactly what our limitations. This will help prove that God will not allow anyone to be tested/tempted beyond their limits.

Isaiah

Chapter Outlines
Memory Verses
Class Notes
Research Paper – Author of Isaiah
Final Exam Review – Questions
Final Exam Review – Questions and Answers
Sermon Outlines

  • Outline based on: Isaiah 1.2-9, Theme – The purpose of this sermon is to show how that Judah is a sin-sick and rebellious nation full of corruption and that only a remnant remains that are faithful.
  • Outline based on: Isaiah 1.10-15, Theme – The purpose of this sermon is to show that God will reject worship that does not mean His expectations of righteousness.
  • Outline based on: Isaiah 1.16-20, Theme – The purpose of this sermon is to show that God does not want unrighteousness to permeate His people. He makes a plea, calling people to change and repent and a promise to give blessings to those who are willing and obedient, but for those who are not they will be rewarded with destruction.
  • Outline based on: Isaiah 1.21-23, Theme – The purpose of this sermon is to show that righteous people can choose to be unrighteous. Contrary to the intensions of many, once one becomes righteous, it is possible to become unrighteous.
  • Outline based on: Isaiah 1.24-31, Theme – The purpose of this sermon is to show that God will make a plea for individuals to return to Him, but His hand is in control and righteousness will prevail.

Romans

Chapter Outlines
Memory Verses
Final Exam
Bibilical-Lexical Word Study
Foreordination and Presdestination Outline
Notes Unavailable – they were hand written.

Galatians

Memory Verses
Class Notes
My commentary on Chapter 6

Ephesians

Class Notes

I Timothy

Chapter Outlines
Memory Verses
Class Notes
I Timothy – Review Questions
I Timothy – Review Questions and Answers
The Elder And His Work – Questions
The Elder And His Work – Questions and Answers
Sermon Outlines

  • Outline based on: I Timothy 2.1-2, Theme – The purpose of this sermon is to show that Christians are expected to pray, to make intercession, and give thanks for all of humanity, but specific prayers are to be given on behalf of those in leadership and authority.
  • Outline based on: I Timothy 3.1-7, Theme – The purpose of this sermon is to show the qualifications for men who would be shepherds of the Lord’s body.
  • Outline based on: I Timothy 3.8-13, Theme – The purpose of this sermon is to show is to show the qualifications for men who would desire to serve as deacons in the congregation.
  • Outline based on: I Timothy 4.12-16, Theme – The purpose of this sermon is to show that Christians should be encouraged by the encouragement given to Timothy to be faithful and steadfast in Christianity. He needed to continue be a worker for the Lord, and Christians today need to do the same.
  • Outline based on: I Timothy 6.6-10, Theme – The purpose of this sermon is to show that Christians must learn how to be content. It is difficult in our society to be content, we have many pulls wanting us to be discontent, from needing to have the best car, the best house, or just trying to improve because we need better clothes or shoes.

II Timothy

Chapter Outlines
Class Notes
II Timothy – Review Questions
II Timothy – Review Questions and Answers
I and II Timothy – Exam Review Questions
I and II Timothy – Exam Review Questions and Answers

Titus

Chapter Outlines
Class Notes
Titus – Review Questions
Titus – Review Questions and Answers
Titus – Exam Review Questions
Titus – Exam Review Questions and Answers

Doctrine of Prophecy

Memory Verses
Notes Unavailable – they were hand written.

Intermediate Expository Preaching

Thankfulness – a paragraph practicing the use pathos for persuasion
Intermediate Preaching – How to Speak How to Listen Exams

New Testament Greek III

Greek Non-Verbs Vocabulary
Greek Verbs Vocabulary
Greek Vocabulary – c

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