Living bythe Book Observation

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This is the second in a five part series based on the book by William and Howard Hendrick titled Living by the Book.

This is the second in a five part series based on the book by William and Howard Hendrick titled Living by the Book.

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  • 1. Living by the Book Observation Week 2
  • 2. Titus 3:3-8
    • For we also once were foolish ourselves, disobedient, deceived, enslaved to various lusts and pleasures, spending our life in malice and envy, hateful, hating one another.
  • 3. Titus 3:3-8
    • But when the kindness of God our Savior and His love for mankind appeared, He saved us, not on the basis of deeds which we have done in righteousness, but according to His mercy, by the washing of regeneration and renewing by the Holy Spirit, whom He poured out upon us richly through Jesus Christ our Savior, so that being justified by His grace we would be made heirs according to the hope of eternal life.
  • 4. Titus 3:3-8
    • This is a trustworthy statement; and concerning these things I want you to speak confidently, so that those who have believed God will be careful to engage in good deeds. These things are good and profitable for men.
  • 5. Where are we going?
    • Observation
    • Interpretation
    • Application
    • Correlation
  • 6. Observations
    • What are some of your observations of this passage?
    • Notice how much time we are spending on observation compared to the other steps:
      • Observation 49-195
        • 146 pages
      • Interpretation 197-285
        • 88 pages
      • Application 287-378
        • 91 pages
  • 7. What is the Bible?
    • The Bible is not a book for the faint of heart - it is a book full of all the greed and glory and violence and tenderness and sex and betrayal that benefits mankind. It is not the collection of pretty little anecdotes mouthed by pious little church mice - it does not so much nibble at our shoe leather as it cuts to the heart and splits the morrow from the bone. It does not give us answers fitted to our small-minded questions, but truth that goes beyond what we can even know to ask.
    • from Thoughts and Reflections by Rich Mullins
  • 8. What is the Bible?
    • A working definition:
      • A collection of writings containing the record and revelation of God’s interaction with man.
  • 9. A collection of writings…
    • Must begin with reading
      • Elementary Reading
        • Rudiments of the art of reading
        • Receives basic training in reading
        • Acquires initial skills
        • What does the sentence say?
      • Inspectional Reading
        • Time is a key element at this stage
        • Maximize involvement within given parameters
        • What is this book about?
  • 10. A collection of writings…
    • Must begin with reading
      • Elementary Reading
      • Inspectional Reading
      • Analytical Reading
        • More complex and systematic
        • Ask organized and many questions
        • Preeminently for the sake of understanding
      • Syntopical Reading
        • Most complex and systematic
        • Interacting with resources in relationship to another topic/idea/concept
        • from How to Read a Book by Adler & Van Doren
  • 11. Units of Thought Words Sentences Paragraphs Chapters Book
  • 12. Observation Tools
    • Reading Strategies
      • Thoughtfully
      • Repeatedly
      • Patiently
      • Selectively
      • Prayerfully
      • Imaginatively
      • Meditatively
      • Purposefully
      • Acquisitively
      • Telescopically
  • 13. Observation Tools
    • Reading Strategies
    • Questions to Ponder
      • Who?
      • What?
      • Where?
      • When?
      • Why?
      • Wherefore?
  • 14. Observation Tools
    • Reading Strategies
    • Questions to Ponder
    • Grammar Structure
      • Verbs
      • Subject and Object
      • Modifiers
      • Prepositional Phrases
      • Connectives
  • 15. Observation Tools
    • Reading Strategies
    • Questions to Ponder
    • Grammar Structure
    • Literary Structure
      • Biographical
      • Geographical
      • Historical
      • Chronological
      • Ideological
  • 16. Observation Tools
    • The Laws of Structure
      • Cause & Effect
      • Climax
      • Comparison
      • Contrast
      • Explanation or Reason
      • Interchange
      • Introduction & Summary
      • Pivot or Hinge
      • Proportion
      • Purpose
      • Question & Answer
      • Repetition
      • Specific to General; General to Specific
  • 17. Observation Tools
    • Reading Strategies
    • Questions to Ponder
    • Grammar Structure
    • Literary Structure
    • The Laws of Structure
  • 18. Observation Tools
    • Reading Strategies
    • Questions to Ponder
    • Grammar Structure
    • Literary Structure
    • The Laws of Structure
    • Mile Markers
      • Emphasized
      • Repeated
      • Related
      • Alike
      • Unlike
      • True to Life
  • 19. Observation Tools
    • Reading Strategies
    • Questions to Ponder
    • Grammar Structure
    • Literary Structure
    • The Laws of Structure
    • Mile Markers
  • 20. Titus 3:-8
    • Take some time this week to practice observing
    • Titus 3:3-8 and Titus 3:3-8 (remix) have been provided to allow you to take notes
    • Consolidate questions
    • Priorities information
    • Bring back 50 observations by next week
  • 21.  
  • 22. Next Week
    • Observation
    • Interpretation
    • Application
    • Correlation
    • Yamfbcmckinney.blogspot.com