A Study Guide On The Bible

966 WordsNov 3, 20154 Pages
Firstly, I would like to speak of my journey to change, rectify, or should I say modify my behavior. The behavior I wished to modify is the behavior of spending time to grow in the spiritual realm. This is a rather personal subject so I will try to be superficial, but maybe not too superficial. I do not wish to lose the essence or profoundness of the journey. I began this journey by trying to read with understanding scriptures from the Holy Bible. I used this collection of books because of my religious background. If I had been of the Muslim faith, I would have probably used the Koran, or of the Judaism faith probably the Torah. However, I must tell you that I did not continue reading the Bible throughout this behavior change. I found that I needed an activity. I then remembered that I had purchased a workbook from the Women of Faith study guide series. This workbook is called “Finding Freedom from a Broken Past” The workbook has various chapters such as those entitled: A Broken World, Adopted by God, Under his wings, The Buck stops here, Forgive with both Hands and True Reconciliation. Secondly, the behavior change theory I followed was the TTM (Transtheoretical Model). This model has the following stages: Precontemplation, Contemplation, Preparation, Action, Maintenance and Termination. Precontemplation is the first stage. It is the stage before you realize you need to make a change. This stage is before you have come to the self-realization or self-awareness that a
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