I am currently reading a book that guides readers through the process of integrating exegesis and exposition. That is not an easy task, and any source of help is always welcome. Of course you can preach a sermon without doing the exegesis of the passage first, but that is not going to be an outstanding sermon. Every preacher, bible professor, and teacher needs to know in depth the passage he is preaching or teaching. That requires doing a thorough exegesis of the text. The student needs to discover verbs, adjectives, nouns, pronouns, articles, and so on, in order to know quiet well the text. It takes time, of course, but the reward you and your audience get back is priceless.BibleWorks 10 makes pastors and Bible students’ lives easier in doing exegesis. One of the most useful practices in the process of study a Bible passage I have learned at seminary was breaking the verse into small pieces. The vertical diagram technique is the best tool for doing so, and it simply powerful. It helps me to break the passage into pieces and dig into details. This technique is almost the fifty percent of my sermon. When I am done with it, I am ready to identify main points and sub points of the outline. I am glad BibleWorks 10 does it for me because that saves me time. Diagrams are only displayed from the Greek text, though you can load many other versions to be displayed on the text window located on top the diagram window.This feature can be confusing to users if they are not used to work with diagrams, but the good news is that BibleWorks 10 provides a column (left of the picture) that shows the meanings of every symbol. That is not all; there is a tutorial that shows users how to diagram. If you have not had the opportunity to learn to do diagrams, now it is your chance.
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