Scripture Writing Plan for November: Genesis, Part 4
Scripture Writing Plan

Genesis, Part 4: Destruction of Sodom to the Offering of Isaac

Genesis, Part 4: Destruction of Sodom to the Offering of Isaac
(November Scripture Writing Plan)

Scripture Writing Plan for November: Genesis, Part 4This month’s Scripture writing plan is going to face some challenging events. We will see how truly wicked the men of Sodom had become, we see that while Lot was a man of faith, he had many faults that he had passed on to his children, we will struggle with the reason God would ask Abraham to sacrifice Isaac, and we will be confused as to why God would tell Abraham to send his mistress and child away. While these are difficult events to read about, we will still be able to see God’s faithfulness, sovereignty, omnipotence, omniscience, mercy, grace, patience, and love for His creation.

Genesis, Part 4: Chapters 19-22

As a reminder, Genesis is written in the historical narrative style. This means that what is described in these pages of Scripture are to be taken as historical fact. This is not allegory, figurative, or poetic language.

Here are some articles and sites I wanted to recommend for this portion of our walk through Genesis:

Scripture Writing Plan for November: Genesis, Part 4

Scripture Writing Process for Genesis, Part 4

Read the passage provided each day. If the passage is long, feel free to choose one or two verses to write out and dig deeper into.

Use these questions to help guide you in your daily study:

Scripture Writing Plan for November: Genesis, Part 4

• What does this passage say?
• What does this passage mean?
• What does this passage tell me about God’s character?
• How does viewing God in this way change the way I view myself?
• How should I respond to this truth?

You do not have to answer every one of these questions every day. Rather, use them as a guide to really dig into what the passage says so that you can properly interpret and apply God’s Word to your life. If you need additional help in mining the Word of God, please read this article on How to Study the Bible that goes into more depth on the inductive Bible study method we use in answering the above questions.

Finish your time in the Word by writing out a prayer thanking God for this teaching and asking Him to help you apply it to your life today.

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  • Looks like an awesome reading plan and I’m so glad you included an article on how to study the Bible. We make too many assumptions, not only that we all know how to study the Scripture, but also that everyone has experience in how to accomplish it. 🙂

  • You have done a lot of research and study for this wow, I appreciate this. I like how you said it is historical fact. Sometimes I think it would be neat if many Bibles sold today would specify, to help us beginners in the Word. Keep sharing and shining the light. +

  • Yes, so much to wrestle with in Genesis. I’m thankful that God makes clear that He is good, right, just, and sovereign. That makes the hard to swallow easier to digest. I so appreciate your approach to studying God’s Word!

  • Thanks for sharing at Booknificent Thursday on!