How do I make sense of all the books, characters, and stories in the Bible?
This Book is the inspired, infallible Word of God. Christ is its grand subject, our good its purpose, and the glory of God its end.
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The Bible claims that it was both “breathed out” by God and written by men. Understanding how the Bible was written helps us to understand who we should consider as its author.
There are so many books, characters, and stories in the Bible that it can be overwhelming to understand it all. However, the Bible has one main story, and you need to hear it!
If we don’t re-read any other book over and over again for our whole lives, why should we do this with the Bible?
We're often encouraged to read the Bible, but rarely told how. In order to get the most out of our reading, it's important to know what we are looking for!
Because of who God is and what God has done to preserve His Word, we have confidence the events described in Scripture are accurate and historical.
Christians are to not only hear the word, they are to do the word. What does this look like and how is it accomplished?
The Bible offers trustworthy explanations of the world in which we find ourselves, the One who created it, and His great desire that we might know Him.
The Bible is sufficient. And we must live our lives in a way that reflects this timeless truth.
Mercy and compassion are rooted in the very character of God. His law commands it. Wisdom teaches it. The prophets prescribe it and the Psalms applaud it.
We often speak of people being ‘inspired’ to do or create something. However, the Bible’s use of this word is much more significant.
With many conflicting views of God and the afterlife, we must be able to trust a source to convey the truth. In the Bible, we have the final words to God to mankind.
Christian's live under the word of God—believing its teaching, trusting its promises, and following its commands.
Do we truly appreciate every book of the Bible for what it is? It is the inspired word of God and we must diligently study and cherish all of its words!
Make it one of your chief occupations on earth to be filled with God's Word, so that He may fulfill His Word in you.
On the road to Emmaus Jesus explained how He was found in all the Old Testament Scriptures. Here is an outline of how Christ can be seen in every book of the Bible!
“Too many Christians mark their Bibles, but their Bibles never mark them.” Christians must not only read and hear the word, they must also do the word!
Throughout the Bible, repentance involves a complete and irreversible change of mind, heart, and actions.
The Bible claims to be inspired, true, authoritative, clear, sufficient, powerful, Christ-centered, and precious. May God help us to treat it as such.
“I have stored up your word in my heart, that I might not sin against you” (Psalm 119:11). Scripture memorization is a discipline we often neglect, despite its importance.
It is not enough to simply claim that we believe the Bible to be true. To believe the Bible is to believe Jesus!
May our hearts echo the psalmist's as shown in Psalm 119. Let's delight in God's word, desire it, and learn to depend on it!
If the Bible guides us to salvation, Christians should continue to seek its guidance during all seasons of life.