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 Here is an assignment….think about what is vital to put into an introduction for Mark 1:40-45\\ Here is an assignment….think about what is vital to put into an introduction for Mark 1:40-45\\
 I do not…I repeat…I do not go to commentaries unless there is something that is vital to look at. We've been given too many inductive tools to be opening commentaries all the time. Plus the people we train will not be inclined that way.\\ I do not…I repeat…I do not go to commentaries unless there is something that is vital to look at. We've been given too many inductive tools to be opening commentaries all the time. Plus the people we train will not be inclined that way.\\
-As far as how I "​dig"​ into the story…I try to follow the "Wise Counselor"​ illustration (review that - see page 38ff of the [[http://​www.simplythestory.org/​downloads/​PDFs/​AA-Handbook%205th%20Edition-c%208-11-2012.pdf|Simply the Story handbook]]). Then I follow quite closely with the condensed material on the bookmarks (see {{:​preparation_presentation_bookmark_3-2011.pdf|Bookmark1}} ​ and {{:​bookmark_english_spiritual_observation_application.pdf|Bookmark English Spiritual Observation}} ​ .) What are people saying/​doing/​choice/​results/​God etc. I put the basics on 2 bookmarks because I want to make sure my training is simple and transferable….you see, I need to follow what I want others to use in their preparation of the story.\\+As far as how I "​dig"​ into the story…I try to follow the "Wise Counselor"​ illustration (review that - see page 38ff of the {{:simply_the_story_handbook.pdf|Simply the Story handbook}} ). Then I follow quite closely with the condensed material on the bookmarks (see {{:​preparation_presentation_bookmark_3-2011.pdf|Bookmark1}} ​ and {{:​bookmark_english_spiritual_observation_application.pdf|Bookmark English Spiritual Observation}} ​ .) What are people saying/​doing/​choice/​results/​God etc. I put the basics on 2 bookmarks because I want to make sure my training is simple and transferable….you see, I need to follow what I want others to use in their preparation of the story.\\
 As far as a story set. I isolated 8 key World View areas that Thai Buddhist resonate with and then I thought of stories that hit those areas. This is one way to develop a story set. A story set needs to have balance in OT/NT ….needs to have a chonological element to it but also addresses felt needs and clearly communicates the gospel. I have memorized these 3 stories in that regard (reflecting 1 Cor 15:3-4): Death - Luke 23:33-43; Burial - Luke 23:50-56; and Resurrection - Mark 16:1-10. As far as a story set. I isolated 8 key World View areas that Thai Buddhist resonate with and then I thought of stories that hit those areas. This is one way to develop a story set. A story set needs to have balance in OT/NT ….needs to have a chonological element to it but also addresses felt needs and clearly communicates the gospel. I have memorized these 3 stories in that regard (reflecting 1 Cor 15:3-4): Death - Luke 23:33-43; Burial - Luke 23:50-56; and Resurrection - Mark 16:1-10.
  
  
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