Teach what you learn!
You’ve grown in your Bible fun abilities, so now what? You’ve learned how to observe key terms and phrases. You’ve practiced interpreting verses within their context. You’ve applied what you’ve learned to your own spiritual life. Now you’re ready for the next step in Bible fun: teach others what you’ve learned!
Sure, teaching involves time, patience, and preparation. Lots of reading and thinking precede teaching. In a word, teaching requires grit. Like a cowboy on the ranch, teaching Bible fun techniques to others brands them on their mind.
When we teach, we unrope the Scriptures to others. We loosen the difficulties others feel in approaching passages. We show them how to untangle hard-to-understand verses, one step at a time.
Paul encouraged Timothy to continue in the knowledge of Scripture he received (2 Tim 3:14). Having received Bible fun training, Timothy was equipped to teach others. Rather than hording Bible knowledge, Timothy was to train others. Granted, not everyone has the gift of teaching like Timothy, but we all can share with others the Bible fun tips we have learned.