Verses of the Day is a great tool to use in your church. It can really spice up the week, and even the month if you are lucky enough to have a long quiet Sunday morning. The great thing about verses of the day is that they can be used for almost any purpose. There are a few things you need to be aware of before deciding on what verses to use on your next Sunday service.
Every verse of the day KJV should have a purpose. That is true of any bible study program, whether it is daily, weekly, or monthly. So, the best way to determine which verses of the day are going to be effective is to figure out what the general purpose of your bible study group is. Then, you can choose a handful of examples of bible verses that have those purposes in mind and make your own random bible verse of the day.
Your personal purpose for making a verse of the day could be something like “thy bible will teach me to love my neighbor.” If thy purpose is teaching you to love and learn from others, then you would want to look for examples of love in the bible. One good example for this would be the parable of the blind man and the opening of the ear of a trapped.
Another purpose could be “thy word is reliable; therefore I am healed.” This is just an example, but if thy purpose is “thou shall know the difference between truth and falsity,” then your daily verse of the day kjv will need to show you that difference. I prefer to use a “good success” example in my Bible studies. “In the morning, when I rise, I can hear the voice of God in me saying, ‘Hear thee, O virgin, and come unto me; put on Thy face the glory of God; for thy is the kingdom, and thy God is the Lord, He whom thy brother thee confesseth.” In other words, you want to show your students the reality and power of God’s truths.
Another excellent way to select a good verse of the day study outline is to use the “expert’s view” or “expert’s wisdom” technique. This is where you take one or more experts’ advice (usually three) and put it in your outline. Then, use your best judgment to fit this advice into your daily studies so that you have good, sound, and effective information to use in your teaching. I have always used this technique with great success.
Finally, you can use one of your favorite verses as a leading verse of the day study. Just use your best judgment. This technique usually works very well because you can actually see the benefits in the class syllabus–use your own understanding of the material to guide you to the right verse. So, what are you waiting for? Write that great verse down on a sheet of paper, bookmark it, and use it to build your class outline! That’s all there is to doing a great verse of the day study.