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					Learning
Observation
Skills
            Observation
“The act or faculty of taking notice; the act
 or result of considering or marking
 attentively.”
Goes beyond mere physical sight; it
 involves real perception. It is awareness.
The general function is to become
 saturated with the particulars of a passage.
       What do you see?
“Repent and let everyone of you be
 baptized in the name of Jesus Christ
 for the forgiveness of sins; and you
 shall receive the gift of the Holy
 Spirit. For the promise is to you and
 to your children and to all who are
 afar off, as many as the Lord our
 God will call.” – Acts 2:38-39
       What do you see?
“Repent and let everyone of you be
 baptized in the name of Jesus Christ
 for the forgiveness of sins; and you
 shall receive the gift of the Holy
 Spirit. For the promise is to you and
 to your children and to all who are
 afar off, as many as the Lord our
 God will call.” – Acts 2:38-39
       What do you see?
“Repent and let everyone of you be
 baptized in the name of Jesus Christ
 for the forgiveness of sins; and you
 shall receive the gift of the Holy
 Spirit. For the promise is to you and
 to your children and to all who are
 afar off, as many as the Lord our
 God will call.” – Acts 2:38-39
       What do you see?
“Repent and let everyone of you be
 baptized in the name of Jesus Christ
 for the forgiveness of sins; and you
 shall receive the gift of the Holy
 Spirit. For the promise is to you and
 to your children and to all who are
 afar off, as many as the Lord our
 God will call.” – Acts 2:38-39
       What do you see?
“Repent and let everyone of you be
 baptized in the name of Jesus Christ
 for the forgiveness of sins; and you
 shall receive the gift of the Holy
 Spirit. For the promise is to you and
 to your children and to all who are
 afar off, as many as the Lord our
 God will call.” – Acts 2:38-39
       What do you see?
“Repent and let everyone of you be
 baptized in the name of Jesus Christ
 for the forgiveness of sins; and you
 shall receive the gift of the Holy
 Spirit. For the promise is to you and
 to your children and to all who are
 afar off, as many as the Lord our
 God will call.” – Acts 2:38-39
       What do you see?
“Repent and let everyone of you be
 baptized in the name of Jesus Christ
 for the forgiveness of sins; and you
 shall receive the gift of the Holy
 Spirit. For the promise is to you and
 to your children and to all who are
 afar off, as many as the Lord our
 God will call.” Acts 2:38-39
      Prerequisites of Good
          Observation
• The will to observe
• “The coming of the lawless one is
  according to the working of Satan, with all
  power, signs, and lying wonders, and
  with all unrighteous deception among
  those who perish, because they did not
  receive the love of the truth, that they
  might be saved.” – 2 Thes. 2:9-10
      Prerequisites of Good
          Observation
• The will to observe
• “The coming of the lawless one is
  according to the working of Satan, with all
  power, signs, and lying wonders, and
  with all unrighteous deception among
  those who perish, because they did not
  receive the love of the truth, that they
  might be saved.” – 2 Thes. 2:9-10
      Prerequisites of Good
          Observation
• The will to observe
• Exactness in observation
      Prerequisites of Good
          Observation
• The will to observe
• Exactness in observation
• Persistence in observation
         4 “r’s” -- read
Read Aloud—in order to “process”
 every word & “feel” the text
Read Carefully—so that you can enjoy
 all the text has to offer
Read Repeatedly—in order to meditate
Read with a Pencil—in order to
 remember & see new things
       4 “r’s” -- reflect
Reflect Purposely—in order to
 maintain the context
Reflect Visually—in order to not miss
 the details & see the picture
Reflect Prayerfully—in order to
 communicate your feelings to God
Reflect Patiently—in order to see the
 deeper truths
         4 “r’s” -- Record
Record with Organization—to keep a
 record of what you have learned
Record with Questions—so that you
 will look for solutions to difficult texts
Record Applications—so that you have
 a written goal of needed changes
       4 “r’s” -- respond
Respond with Confession—in order to
 be forgiven & encourage change
Respond with Obedience—in order to
 keep growing & have a reward for your
 study
Respond by Putting the Words in
 Your Heart—in order to teach others

				
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