Rooted // a six week S.O.A.P. study on Ephesians 1

Rooted // a six week S.O.A.P. study on Ephesians 1

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Let’s study Ephesians 1 using the S.O.A.P. Method of Bible study!

The S.O.A.P. method of Bible study and journaling is both intentional and strategic. It is intentional because this method is based on studying scripture and strategic because it helps the learner draw a logical conclusion from her studies. 

S.O.A.P. stands for Scripture, Observation, Application, and Prayer. Our Bible study is a six-week study on The Passion Translation of Ephesians one. 

Here is how each week is designed to walk you through the S.O.A.P. Method:

Day One: Scripture - Read the scripture provided for your week. We recommend you also read the scripture provided in one or two other translations.

Day Two: In Your Own Words - Rewrite the scripture in your own interpretation. This will help the scripture make sense to you!

Day Three: Observation - What stands out to you in this passage? Write out any questions that you have about the chapter and search for the answer. Only after you have made your own insights, consult a commentary or your Bible’s references on the scripture. Also, note any scripture cross-references that come to mind or are listed in your Bible. 

Day Four: Application - How does this scripture personally apply to you? Did the verse have any promises to claim? How can this verse encourage you today?

Day Five: Prayer - Write out your prayer to God. Ask Him to reveal His truth for you through this passage and for you to use this passage to help you live life by the Holy Spirit.

As we study Ephesians One, this method will help you formulate your thoughts about your identity based solely on scripture, not on your own internal thoughts or the thoughts of others. Our goal with presenting Rooted in this method is for you to know who you are created to be in Christ Jesus and to live out your purpose through the application of the truth received through the first chapter of Ephesians.

Let’s dig in!