Christ-Centered Bible Study:
Hearing the Music of the Gospel
In this Course on Christ-centered Bible study, we’ll take a look at how Scripture, from Genesis to Revelation, exposes our need for — and points us to — Christ and the “good news” of salvation — aka the “music of the gospel.”
The skills learned in this course are a great start to transforming how you experience the gospel in your life each day through Scripture.
When you read the Bible (Scripture), is your main focus on asking, “What does this teach me that I should be doing?”
As you learn to read the Bible through this new lens, you'll be able to:
Lesson 1: Understanding the Redemptive Focus of Scripture
Scripture exposes our need for and points us to our Savior.
Lesson 2: Portraits of Our Brokenness
As we see our need for a Savior, we learn how the gospel — throughout all of Scripture — moves us from behavior-based action to heart-focused transformation.
Lesson 3: Uncovering the Sin beneath the Sin
Learn how to look below the surface and identify the root issues of our sins that further reveal our spiritual need.
Lesson 4: Portraits of a Beautiful Savior
When reading the Bible, we cannot stop at seeing our spiritual need; we must also ask, “How does this passage point me to Christ?”
Lesson 5: Clarifying a Potential Misunderstanding
What a Christ-centered Bible study is and what it is not.
Lesson 6: Bringing it All Together: How to Hear the Music of the Gospel
Now that we’ve looked at the five elements above, let’s bring them all together.
Lesson 7: Gospel-Centered Living
As believers, we still need the gospel. Reading Scripture with a Christ-centered focus changes the way we live and experience the gospel every day.
Christ-Centered Bible Study Conclusion
We were created to know God — our hearts were made to respond to the music of the gospel.