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FOR EVERY QUESTION AND EVERY PROBLEM GOD HAS A BEAUTIFULL ANSWER. THE ANSWER IS JESUS, THE MESSIAH CHRIST, WHO IS NOW THE HIGH PRIEST IN THE COURT HOUSE OF HEAVEN. THE DETAILS OF PARDON AND FREEDOM IN GOD'S COUNTRY FOR ETERNITY ARE ALL SPELLED OUT IN THE HOLY BIBLE.
 
    FOR YOUR OWN HEALTH AND HAPPINESS YOU NEED TO DIG INTO THE BIBLE. 
    I TRUST AND PRAY THESE LESSONS WILL HELP YOU GET STARTED. 
 
 
 
 
Hints on finding the answers in your Bible.  
        You can make your own Bible a personal chain-reference encyclopedia of Bible subjects. It is easy to do, and you can have fun doing it. If you do it with some of your friends or neighbors it might even be more interesting. You will need a Bible that has enough margin space for writing in at least 2 small letters, and if your friends have different translations it will be informative to compare as you study together.

        First you choose your subject, such as # 1. God's Great Peace Plan; Code: GP; color: red; first text: Gen.1:27-28.  (A list of 52 subjects with their codes and texts is provided.  You may copy this list onto the flyleaf of your Bible or cut it out and paste it on.) If you choose # 1. God's Great Peace Plan, then the first text you find to mark is Gen.1:27-28. With a black fine point pen, circle just the numbers 27 and 28; print the code GP in the margin near the top of these verses, then in the space below, or if there is space after the verse you may use that, print the next text listed on your Bible marking lesson sheet.        

           Before turning to that 2nd reference you may wish to color-code your text with red pencil or pen. This is not necessary but it will help you locate and separate subjects. (I used the Eagle or Berol Verithin flexible lead pencil because it didn't fade or bleed.) Today they have special colored pens made for the thin india paper of your Bible which are sold in Book and Bible stores. People use these to underline or outline the text.  I always put a 4 X 6 inch card behind the page being marked to give a good backing. You can be creative and shade or color it any way you wish.)  

            After you have located the second text, circle the verse number, and print in the margin GP then print the third text from your lesson sheet in the margin, color code this the same as before and continue on through all the texts. When you come to the last text of the lesson you mark it the same but instead of printing the next text in the margin you print END and that means the end of that lesson.    

           Some Bible teachers have used the tiny cross, ( )   crown, () and the open Bible (&) symbols as indicated in the lessons. This is a reminder of the eternal moral principles that are basic elements of every study. The bible represents faith; the crown represents hope; and the cross represents the great sacrificial love of God for the salvation of mankind. There is at least one salvation text marked with a cross in every study. 
 
I AM SORRY THE TINY CROSS AND CROWN DIDN'T TRANSFER OVER IN THESE LESSONS .
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