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     1. Look

for the literary principles.

What devices does the writer use to communicate?


2. Create

a synthesis summary chart.

How did the writer

arrange the material?

What is where?


3. Discern

the writer's purposes.

Why did he write?

What are the issues?

What are the solutions?

4. Collect

the writer's key topics.

What changed lives then?


These steps promote the progressive discovery of an entire book.

They also help package discoveries

so you can effectively relate them to your life and relay them to others.

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5. Trust God

to change your life.

What will I do now?

Who will I tell?