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1. How does the context inform the meaning of this passage? Please consider: a) the literary context (passages before and after the passage), b) the historical context (circumstances of the audience), and c) the biblical context(citations/allusions or historical connections to other books that the author is making).
Literary:
Historical:
Biblical:
2. How has the author organized this passage? Please a) show the structure in sections with verse references and b) explain what strategies you used to see this structure.
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3. Drawing on your work to this point, state the author’s aim for his audience (in one short sentence).
4. What parts of this passage connect to the gospel of Jesus Christ? What part of the gospelis in view?
5. Drawing on your work to this point, what conclusion will you argue to your audience (in one short sentence)? What applications will you make for your audience?
6. What is your sermon title and your preaching outline?
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Application:
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