Do you find the Bible confusing? Are you searching to understand it's message and meaning?
The Bible is the world's most popular book, but at the same time the most misunderstood! How can you understand the Bible?
The Bible itself gives the keys to understand it! But you must read this Book with the right attitude and perspective.
So how can you properly read the scriptures? What principles and methods of study should you follow? What tools are available to help you? How can you grow in spiritual understanding while reading the Word of God?
This free Bible Study aid, How to Understand the Bible , will explore a number of important points that will help you grasp the Bible's message and meaning - and make it relevant in your life!
Even though we might possess the world's brightest minds, if God does not act to open our minds, the Bible will remain closed to us. (Page 5)
One vital key we must come to understand is that the Bible interprets itself. We must be careful not to force our own interpretations onto it. (Page 16)
For us to understand the Bible, we must first learn about and respect God’s law. (Page 36)
Historically, the Bible has been held in the highest esteem by many great men and women—presidents, prime ministers, monarchs, scholars, scientists, philosophers and more. Following are what some of them have said about the Bible.
Unless we actually use it, the Bible is no better than any other book on our shelves. So how can we properly use it? What principles and methods of study do we follow? What tools are available to help our understanding?
Some study the Bible and enjoy great spiritual growth and maturity. Others study it but grow little if at all. What makes the difference?
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