How to Use The Healed and Set Free Bible Study

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Healed and Set Free Cover he Healed and Set Free Bible Study is user-friendly. It has been designed so that anyone can use it, regardless of their biblical knowledge. Owning a Bible is not mandatory. All Bible verses have either been typed directly into each section, or in the scripture reference section at the back of the book, making it easy to follow. So whether you are a Bible scholar or have never opened a Bible before, you can complete this study and receive a fresh beginning: through God’s Word.

Suggestions for Group Bible Study

1. Groups meet once a week, with members having answered the chapter questions prior to coming to the study.

2. Come to each week’s study prepared. Careful preparation will greatly enrich your time in group discussion.

3. Group leaders are not there to lecture, but to encourage group members to keep focused on the study: specifically, to focus on how God is working in each individual’s life, and what they have learned from each passage. Group leaders will encourage discussion from all who are ready to share. Think and pray about your answers and insights before sharing with your group.

4.This study is meant to encourage you to feel comfortable sharing your “true self,” your hurts, sins and fears with God. You will never be forced to share with your group, although when you do, your whole group will benefit.

5. Try to stay focused on the passages being studied during meetings. This will allow everyone the best opportunity to get the most out of each question. Base your answers on the verses or reflections being discussed.

6. Try to be sensitive to other members in the group. Listen attentively when others speak, and encourage them when you can.

7. Be careful not to dominate the discussion. It’s important for you to participate, but also allow others to have equal time.

8. As you begin this study of God’s Word, you will be given many opportunities to see His healing power in your life, as well as in the lives of others.

9. Remember to encourage and comfort one another; cry and rejoice together in this journey to becoming healed and set free.

Suggestions for Individual Bible Study


1. Begin each day with prayer. Ask God to help you understand the passage and apply it to your life. Prayer is simply having a conversation with God - listening and talking to Him. Believers can pray freely from the heart, spontaneously, and in their own words. Go to page 300 in Healed and Set Free Bible study if you would like to learn more about prayer.

2. Develop daily quiet times with the Lord. Use this time to do your study without distraction. Read and reread the passage(s). Remember, you must know what the passage says before you can understand what it means and how it applies to you. Once you have read the passage, take a moment to think about how it may apply to your life.

3. This study includes daily questions with space provided for your answers. It may be a good idea to keep a notebook on hand in case you run out of room. Keeping track of your thoughts, insights and prayers (asked or answered) is not only a great opportunity for healing, but provides an opportunity to track your progress, and see how God is working in your life.

4. Daily questions are an important part of this study, and completing each question is vital to your healing process. Remember, the more you give to something, the more you will benefit from it.

What They Say

"Because of 'Healed and Set Free...from past hurts' I was able to let go, forgive and trust in God's plan for my life." - Kim

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