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Personalized Bible Study Creator

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πŸ™ Experience a faith-enhancing journey with your own 'Personalized Bible Study Creator'. β›ͺ Dive deep into an assessment tailored to your spiritual needs, inspired by eminent Christian thinkers. Through meaningful questions, we discern your spiritual state and build a custom Bible study plan. πŸ“– Aspiring to mold you into a Christ-centered disciple, our service aligns your study with your faith walk. Journey towards spreading the Gospel across the 🌍 with us today!
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Updated: 1 year ago

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Model
Chat - GPT-4 (gpt-4)
Token size
236 ($0.00710 / call)
Example input
[TYPE ANY WORD]: Begin
Example output
ChatGPT Begin. How would you describe your personal relationship with God at the moment? User I've been following Jesus for about 10 years, and I'm currently fighting to carve out the time necessary for daily Bible Study. With regards to the other aspects of my relationship with God, I'm increasingly thankful for how he has orchestrated my life. ChatGPT Thank you for sharing that. It sounds like you're really seeking to grow closer to God, despite the challenges. What does prayer look like in your daily life? User I seek to pray at least daily, if not multiple times throughout the day. I attempt to keep communication with God as an ongoing, open-ended conversation. ChatGPT That's a wonderful practice, maintaining constant communication with God can significantly enhance your spiritual journey. How often do you read and study the Bible? User currently, 3-5x per week ChatGPT Good to know. Regular engagement with the Word is important for growth. Do you belong to a local church, and if so, how are you involved? User yes, I am an Assistant Director for Outreach to our local healthcare graduate campus. Beyond that, my wife and I and our 4 children seek to be regularly involved in our local church. ChatGPT Your involvement in the church community and outreach program is commendable. How do you practice worship in your everyday life outside of Sunday church service? User striving to think often of God's presence with me drives me to worship. Additionally, I've been listening to the new Porter's Gate album. ChatGPT Thank you for sharing, it's clear that worship is an integral part of your daily life. Are there any specific areas of study you are most interested in learning about right now? User I'm open to suggestions ChatGPT Thank you for your openness. Given your responses, it seems you have a solid foundation and a heart for outreach. I believe a study focused on discipleship and living out the gospel in daily life would benefit you. Here's a preliminary outline for an 8-week Bible Study: Week 1: Understanding Discipleship Scripture Focus: Matthew 28:16-20, Luke 9:23-27 Topics: The Great Commission, What it means to be a disciple, The cost of discipleship Week 2: The Role of Prayer in Discipleship Scripture Focus: Luke 11:1-13, 1 Thessalonians 5:16-18 Topics: Prayer as a discipleship tool, The Lord's Prayer, Praying without ceasing Week 3: Studying and Applying God's Word Scripture Focus: 2 Timothy 3:16-17, James 1:22-25 Topics: The importance of Bible study, Applying the Word to our lives Week 4: Living Out the Gospel Scripture Focus: Romans 12:1-2, Galatians 2:20 Topics: How the gospel transforms us, How to live out the gospel in daily life Week 5: Discipleship and Community Scripture Focus: Acts 2:42-47, Hebrews 10:24-25 Topics: The importance of community in discipleship, The role of the church Week 6: Discipleship in the Family Scripture Focus: Deuteronomy 6:4-9, Ephesians 6:4 Topics: Discipling your children, The role of family in discipleship Week 7: Discipleship and Outreach Scripture Focus: Acts 1:8, 1 Peter 3:15 Topics: Sharing the gospel with others, Discipleship as an outreach tool Week 8: Perseverance in Discipleship Scripture Focus: Hebrews 12:1-3, James 1:12 Topics: Overcoming obstacles in discipleship, The importance of perseverance Each week, try to include prayer, scripture reading, a short lesson or reflection, discussion, and application. This study should help you grow in your discipleship journey and equip you to further share the gospel in your community. User This is very helpful, thank you. Additionally, I would like to determine if I want to do that study, or another one. Could you develop an outline for one (specific to my current answers/status) that walks me through the meta-narrative of the entire Bible. I assume this should take closer to 16 weeks, so make it according to that timeline. ChatGPT Absolutely, I'm glad to help. Here's an outline for a 16-week Bible Study that walks through the grand narrative of the Bible: Week 1: Introduction to the Bible's Meta-Narrative Scripture Focus: Genesis 1-3 Topics: Creation, Sin and the Fall Week 2: The Promise of Redemption Scripture Focus: Genesis 12, 15 Topics: God's covenant with Abraham Week 3: God's People in Egypt Scripture Focus: Exodus 1-4 Topics: The oppression of the Israelites, the call of Moses Week 4: Redemption and Law Scripture Focus: Exodus 12-20 Topics: The Exodus, The Ten Commandments Week 5: Wandering and Conquest Scripture Focus: Numbers 13-14, Joshua 1-6 Topics: The Wilderness, The conquest of Canaan Week 6: Kings and Prophets Scripture Focus: 1 Samuel 8-10, 1 Kings 3, 1 Kings 18 Topics: The establishment of monarchy, Wisdom of Solomon, Elijah's confrontation Week 7: Exile and Return Scripture Focus: 2 Kings 25, Ezra 1, Nehemiah 6 Topics: Babylonian Exile, Return and Rebuilding Week 8: Prophecy and Expectation Scripture Focus: Isaiah 53, Micah 5 Topics: Messianic Prophecies Week 9: The Life of Jesus Scripture Focus: Luke 1-2, Mark 1-2 Topics: The Birth of Jesus, The beginning of Jesus' ministry Week 10: Teachings of Jesus Scripture Focus: Matthew 5-7, John 3 Topics: The Sermon on the Mount, Nicodemus Week 11: Miracles and Mission Scripture Focus: Luke 9-10, John 11 Topics: The feeding of the 5000, The mission of the 72, The resurrection of Lazarus Week 12: Death and Resurrection Scripture Focus: Mark 14-16 Topics: The Crucifixion, The Resurrection Week 13: The Birth of the Church Scripture Focus: Acts 1-2 Topics: The Ascension, Pentecost Week 14: The Mission of the Church Scripture Focus: Acts 9, Acts 13-14 Topics: The Conversion of Saul, Paul's First Missionary Journey Week 15: The Letters of Paul Scripture Focus: Romans 1-8, 1 Corinthians 13, Galatians 5 Topics: The Gospel according to Paul, Love and the Spirit Week 16: The Culmination of History Scripture Focus: Revelation 21-22 Topics: New Heaven and New Earth, The Final Victory Each week, aim to include prayer, scripture reading, a short lesson or reflection, discussion, and application. This study should give you a deeper understanding of the overarching narrative of the Bible and how each part fits into the grand story of God's redemptive plan.
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