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How to Study the Book of Genesis

Some of you may not be all that thrilled about studying the book of Genesis again. However, it has been 7 years, so it’s time for a review.

I hear all the time that no one wants to study the book of Genesis because the stories are SO familiar. Even non-Christians know the story of Noah and the Ark, the story of God calling Abraham our of Ur to the Promised Land, the story of Joseph who got throw down a well and left to die, the story of Cain killing his brother, Able, and the list goes on and on.

However, in this day and time, in the midst of COVID-19, we all need a new beginning.

Back at the beginning of this year when we made our resolutions, no one could have predicted the predicament we are in. Most all of your plans were ruined. Thus, as the COVID-19 restrictions begin to loosen, it’s time for a mid-year new beginning. And what better place to make your new beginning than where God made His?

Enter this study with an open mind and an open heart, and let God do the rest.

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BSF Notes & Questions for BSF’s Study of Genesis

Hey all!

A BSF leader has shared with me a document that contains all of the notes, questions, and answers for the entire study of Genesis. As it is impossible to know who is actually in the study and who is not, I will not share it here. Obviously, this document will get out since you can share it with whoever you want and will probably circulate around the internet. BSF has most definitely loosened their control over their documents; however, all questions and notes are still copyrighted by BSF, meaning you cannot reproduce them without permission.

I am not a teaching leader; only an attendee. If I get permission to share, I will. If you would like to email me, I can share on a case by case basis.

If you ask your teaching leader, I’m sure they will share this with you as it is meant for you to print out so you have access without having to use the Internet. Since BSF notes and questions are still only meant for attendees, I am honoring that wish.

God bless, and I can’t wait for this study of Genesis with you all!

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BSF’s Genesis Study Update: The Lessons & Notes Are Available Online!

For those who want a head-start on BSF’s study of the book of Genesis slated for Fall 2020, the lesson questions and notes are out online. If you’re registered for a BSF class, or if you were in one last year, you should be able to login to your BSF account ( www.mybsf.org) and download them.

Happy reading!

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What’s New for BSF Study of Book of Genesis for Fall 2020?

One of the positives of the global pandemic is the fact that everyone is now moving online. BSF had already began to move that direction, but you can expect even more exciting changes for this year.

WHAT’S NEW FOR BSF’S STUDY OF THE BOOK OF GENESIS IN THE FALL OF 2020?

  • An app so you can complete your lesson on your phone.
  • A new lesson layout for the school program.
  • Biblical doctrine (or teaching) will be highlighted
  • A Genesis prayer guide will be available for deeper learning
  • Character studies on Noah, Abraham, Jacob & Joseph
  • Giving to BSF via paypal

Read more on BSF’s Blog HERE

Most classes will begin with Zoom meetings, recorded lectures, and online notes and questions until COVID-19 restrictions are loosened.

Can’t wait!

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BSF Study Questions Acts Lesson 30: Lesson Review for Acts & Letters of the Apostles

Lesson 30 is all about what you learned from the study of Acts.

To be honest, I’m unsure. Sorry I can’t be more helpful than that.

My life (as have most of ours) has been consumed with the effects the coronavirus is having on our world and how it is impacting our lives. Right now, it’s about doing what I need to do to keep myself mentally, physically, and spiritually strong and to keep my family going as well. This has entailed a lot of prayer as my job and my husband’s pay has been cut. It’s about making it through till May where hopefully the world can go back to normal. It’s about praying that I don’t get furloughed and my husband doesn’t get laid off. It’s about surviving and enduring, to be honest.

In that respect, we’ve all got to experience a bit of what Paul went through with the challenges and battles he faced. It’s given us all a greater appreciation for our lives before the coronavirus. This will change us all for a while at least — and I’m unsure if it will be for the good.

Pray, trust, believe that God has got this.

God is much more powerful that a stupid, microscopic organism, which He is in control of.

Take every day as it comes; that’s all you can do.

Remember the beauty in this world. It will get you through.

End Note:

Next year, we head back to the Old Testament to the book of Genesis. I am unsure what I will do this summer. I truly cannot think that far ahead at this time.