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Galyn Wiemers Bible Teacher, Bible Teaching

 
Verse by VerseTeaching
Genesis
Exodus
Leviticus
Numbers
Deuteronomy
Joshua
Judges
Ruth
First Samuel
Second Samuel
First Kings
Second Kings
Second Chronicles
Ezra
Nehemiah
Proverbs
Isaiah
Jeremiah
Lamentations
Ezekiel
Daniel
Habakkuk
Haggai
Zechariah
Malachi
Matthew
John
Gospels
Acts
Romans
First Corinthians
Second Corinthians
Galatians
Ephesians
Philippians
Colossians
First Thessalonians
Second Thessalonians
First Timothy
Second Timothy
Titus
Philemon
Hebrews
James
First Peter
Second Peter
First John
Second John
Third John
Jude
Revelation
Topical Teaching:
Framework Bible School
Bible School 2004
Bible School 2012-2014
30 Questions
Faith
Mystery of the Church
Defending the Faith
Prayer
The Nephilim
Wake Up, Church!
Basics for Living
Basic Doctrine
End Times (Eschatology) Basics
Eternal Rewards
Politacal Platform of Lord
Rebuking Reform Doctrine
Jerusalem
Miscellaneous
 
 

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Generation Word Bible Study Protocol

 Welcome to Bible class.Thank you for taking time to study and look into the Word of God.
Everyone is invited at anytime to come to any Generation Word Bible study.

 Spiritual growth and maturity occur when we hear and understand the truths in scripture.††
Spiritual growth will benefit you and those around you including your family, friends, coworkers,
church, community, and nation.†† It is not only a privilege to receive Bible teaching; it is also our
responsibility as believers in Jesus Christ to do so.

We are saved by faith in Christ, but we mature through teaching.
That is our purpose here in Bible study.

 In Bible study we will teach biblical concepts and teach scripture verse by verse.
Galyn Wiemers is the teacher. You are the student.
The teacher is not infallible, only the written word of God is perfect and without error.
However, it is the teacherís responsibility to study, prepare and communicate.

  It is the studentís responsibility to focus on the teachersí instruction and not distract others from
receiving this instruction. Each student has their own volition and should judge the teaching with the
standard of scripture.

  If for some reason you disagree with the teacherís doctrine, interpretation, application, attitude,
dress, etc. do not interrupt class to share your opinion.†† Bible study is not a time to debate the teacher
or for the student to promote their views.If they have something to teach they should organize,
prepare and communicate their teaching in another forum.

 Students are always encouraged to ask questions concerning a clarification of a point or to share
information that is important and relevant.Students are asked not to camouflage their viewpoint
in the form of a question or make a statement that only appears to be a question.††††

 By definition and design this Bible study is not a prayer meeting, a church service, a song service
or a discussion group.It is completely in line with the Word of God, the ministry of the Spirit of God
and the practice of the church through out history to assemble for the purpose of explaining the scriptures.
The teacher will feel no guilt and receive no condemnation for teaching his convictions or exposing the
errors in other viewpoints.

The implementation of the gift of teaching is not a matter of pride but an act of love and responsibility.

Not only does the teacher not care, he cannot care, if you approve or not.

 As always, thank you for coming to Bible class.It is an honor to study the Word of God with you,

 Galyn Wiemers


 
 
 
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