Rev 18:4 And I heard another voice from heaven, saying, Come out of her, my people, that ye be not partakers of her sins, and that ye receive not of her plagues.
Recommendations For Navigating Through The Christology Series Study Program
The Study Guide Articles and especially the Biblical Cites of the Holy Scriptures are Constructed for Your Discipleship Studies & For Your Edification. It is Self Paced allowing you to develop your own Study Pattern according to your own needs. Appropriate Study is Essential for yourself, for your Edification and for others who would inquire of you, seeking to Learn of the Hope that is in you as you Become a Disciple of YEHOSHUA HA`MASHIACH JESUS the CHRIST and like HIM ->Become a Light to the World<- that Shines before men.
Joh 8:12 Then spake Jesus again unto them, saying, I am the light of the world: he that followeth me shall not walk in darkness, but shall have the light of life.
1Pe_3:15 But sanctify the Lord God in your hearts: and be ready always to give an answer to every man that asketh you a reason of the hope that is in you with meekness and fear:
Mat_5:14 Ye are the light of the world. A city that is set on an hill cannot be hid.
Mat_5:16 Let your light so shine before men, that they may see your good works, and glorify your Father which is in heaven.
->Please read this Recommended Directions Carefully<- for the best use of the Study Guide Articles in order to form a Strong Foundation for all of the Study Guides C1 to C50 to ->Study to Show Yourself Approved<- to the FATHER as a True Disciple of >> JESUS the CHRIST in English YEHOSHUA HA`MASHIACH in Hebrew. << There are articles about the Names used throughout the Study Guides after the completion of this article. Be sure to read each article in its proper sequence as they are listed in the Menu on the side panel. Please Note: Articles with two or more parts such as this article will be attached as a submenu item made visible when your pointer is aimed at the primary article. Part 2 of this article is the ->Necessity of Focus.<-
2Ti_2:15 Study to shew thyself approved unto God, a workman that needeth not to be ashamed, rightly dividing the word of truth.
NAVIGATION & COMPREHENSION TECHNIQUES
THE THESIS STATEMENTS
The Thesis Statements are written in the order of a Paragraph as short as 3-5 lines or as long as 10-20 lines. The Thesis Statements will oscillate between Abstract and Concrete Terms because the Writings of the Bible Scriptures have been written in Hebrew (Concrete) and Greek (Abstract) Terminologies which have been Translated or Transliterated into English.
HEBREW: Hebrew Text is usually written in Concrete terms which are things explained through Objects or Events that can be Observed, Measured and available to the Senses such as spoon, table, walking, and green. The Hebrew Language uses Terms which refer to things we can See, Hear, Feel, Taste or Smell and their Meanings are Stable regardless of Circumstances or Time.
GREEK: Greek Text on the other hand uses Abstract Terminologies which are the opposite of Concrete Terms. Abstract Terminologies represent Ideas and Concepts which can not be accessible through the Senses: such terms as Freedom, Love, Ability and Belief. Abstract Terms may change their meaning over a Period of time. We may use the word “Love” at the age of four years old and mean something entirely different after you have reached the age of fourteen. After Marriage it may have a deeper meaning and may have a profound meaning after you have Children. Time and Experiences may cause the Concept of Love to Adapt to new meanings undergoing Dynamic changes over Time.
When we discuss Biblical Information we need to talk about Ideas and Concepts and we need Terms that represent them. But we understand how imprecise their meanings are, how easily they can be differently understood or misunderstood. Abstract terms are useful and necessary when we want to name ideas as we do in Thesis Statements. Terminology Concrete or Abstract are not likely to make Thematic Topic points clear by themselves. For this Approach we use Multiple Scriptures that are Specific to the Thematic Topics.
THE CHRISTOLOGY SERIES STUDY PROGRAM
THE PRELIMINARY STUDY GUIDES
The Preliminary Study Guides are designed from Excerpts from the >> Kingdom of Heaven Training For Kingship and Priesthood Study Guides << which have active links. The Preliminary Study Guides C1 to C4 are a preparatory set for participants who do not have a history of Biblical Education or Discipleship Training. The Preliminary Study Guides do not have active links unless they are for previous information such as reminders as you progress through the Study Guides. After the Study Guide C4 you may proceed to the Initiatory Kingship & Priesthood Training Study Guides accessible through a link in the C4 Study Guide. The future articles will have multiple active links to the other Christology Series Study Guides C5 through C50. After you have completed C1 through C4 you will have a sufficient Knowledge Base and will be prepared to Read and Study any of the other Study Guides. The following information applies to all articles with activated links.
- 1. ->Read the Initial Article for Content:<-
First Read/Browse the entire Article for Content without following any Activated Links.
- 2. ->Read for Context:<-
Secondly, Peruse the Initial Article for Content and Context while Navigating to each Primary Link in the Initial Article as you come to it for Related Information and Related Scriptures. Do not follow any other Link (Secondary Level Links) but return to the Initial Article. You may close the Linked Tab as every Link is formatted to open in a New Tab. Closing the tab will return you to the spot you left.
- 3. ->Article Primary Links:<-
Thirdly, Retain your Focus. You should not Rabbit Trail (veering off Topic of Discussion) because of a new or another interesting detail).
Always complete each Study Guide in its entirety before beginning another Thematic Topic Study Guide. At this point Refrain from following the Secondary Level Links until you have Exhausted all of the Primary Level Links in the Preliminary Study Guides C1 – C4 which are usually Retrograde, working backwards to previous Study Guides. Initial Topic Article includes the side Panel Articles and Links which are unique to each Study Guide C1 to C50 which should be read in its proper sequence. When beginning a new Thematic Topic Study Guide read the first Topic Article and follow steps #1 to #3 as stated above.
AVOID SECONDARY LINKS
Avoid Navigating further to read the Secondary Topic Links in later Study Guides until all Primary Links have been exhausted. You can always return back through each linked Article because each link is designed to open in a new Tab to enable easier Navigation. In the Study Guides C1 through C4 there are inactivated Links to the Topic Articles to the 50 Study Guides which are activated where applicable in the advance Study Guides available after the completion of the last Preliminary Study Guides which is C4.
Be sure not to open too many windows or tabs at once. It may slow down your system and the additional information may lose Congruence as you jump from Topic to Topic. It is imperative that you read each Article in its proper Theme Sequence. The Article >> The Necessity of Focus << is an Article with an example using >> Prayer Links << to demonstrate how one Primary Reference link could lead to multiple links and eventually lead to veering completely off topic.
THE MODEL OF PROGRESSIVE STEPS
Christology Series Study Program utilizes The Model of Progressive Steps To Learning & Living in the Kingdom of Heaven. It is utilized throughout the Christology Series, Pneumatology Series and the Theology Series. The Model of the Progressive Steps are based on the Scriptures ->“For Precept must be upon Precept, precept upon precept, line upon line, line upon line, here a little and there a little.” <- Information for review is found in the >> Bible Study Methods << which explains the Levels of Research, Study, Exegesis, & Exposition.
All information in the Series are from the Holy Bible without Private Interpretation, Supposition or Conjecture.
2Ti_3:16 All scripture is given by inspiration of God, and is profitable for doctrine, for reproof, for correction, for instruction in righteousness:
Isa 28:10 For precept must be upon precept, precept upon precept; line upon line, line upon line; here a little, and there a little:
2Pe_1:20 Knowing this first, that no prophecy of the scripture is of any private interpretation.
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