How to Do a Swedish Method Bible Study

posted in: Creative Bible Study | 0

This site includes links from a number of different affiliate programs. When you click on a link and make a purchase, we may earn a commission. We also have ads displayed on our site which might be inappropriate for Christians. We neither endorse the content of these ads nor have any influence on the content of these ads.

swedish bible study method


Swedish Bible Study Method

There are many different ways and methods to study the Bible – you can read the whole Bible, you can study the Bible book by book, chapter by chapter, verse by verse, thematically, topically, by character, biographically, by word, etc. In this blog post we will teach you how do a Swedish Method Bible study.


Here is how you do a Swedish Method Bible Study:


1. Pray

Before you start your Bible study, you should pray to God and ask Him to guide and help you in your Bible study.


2. Choose a Bible passage

Choose a Bible passage and read it thoroughly.


3. Light Bulb

Write down what stuck out to you from the passage you have read.


4. Questions

Write down any questions that arose reading your passage.


5. Heart

Write down the main idea or theme of the passage.


6. Arrow

Apply what you have learned from this passage to your own life.


7. Circular Arrows

Write down how this passage fit with other passages in the Bible.


8. Talk Bubble

Who will you tell about what you have learned?


9. End with prayer

You should always end your Bible study with prayer thanking God for what He has revealed to you. Ask God for helping you apply the verses and findings to your own life and to share them with other people.


The Swedish Bible Study Method is especially helpful for doing a group Bible study as you explore and study God’s Word with observation of the text, compare it with other Bible passages, apply what you have learned to your own life, and talk with others about what you have learned.



swedish bible study method


Find more Creative Bible Study Methods here