The BEST interactive Bible study method, ever!

The approach is based on the simple fact that negatives and positives are nearly always easy to find in Bible passages. These negatives and positives can also easily be listed and discussed. At the end of a study, the passage is summarized by looking for the WORST things and the BEST things in the passage. This naturally leads to proper applications.

The David and Goliath story provides an excellent example of the method. Goliath was bad, but so too were David's brothers, and the fearful people.  The biggest negative was not Goliath, but the unbelief of the people. So the application is not to be like them. On the positive side, the BEST thing in the story, humanly speaking, was David's faith. This simple method works especially well in narrative passages.

Each of the six sample studies below has several pages, but PLUS+ studies can be totally paperless!

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Look for things that are. . .

bad, sad, sinful, dangerous, dirty, difficult, incomplete, ugly, false, painful, inadequate, etc.


Look for things that are. . .

good, true, clean, beautiful, godly, improving, pleasing to God, blessing from God, pleasant, pure, holy, etc.