The art of language has developed over the years, and yet, there are key styles of communicating that go back centuries. Story-telling, figurative speech, and exaggeration, all are forms of language we use daily.
Being a student of the Bible is essential for the follower of Christ. But even the most knowledgeable scholar occasionally comes across a difficult passage.
Understanding the Bible is essential to the life of a follower of Christ. Continue an in-depth series on how to understand and interpret the Bible.
People studying the Bible don’t always come to the same conclusions about what they’ve read. Perhaps you’re struggling with a passage that’s been interpreted various ways.
The Bible is God’s Word to people, but sometimes, it’s difficult to know how to study the Scriptures on your own.
The Bible is filled with promises. Not every single promise was intended for you and me.
Take a commonly used part of Scripture and walk through the process of how it should, and shouldn’t, be applied to our lives.
It’s all too easy to take an illustration from the Bible and turn it into a principle God never intended. The danger comes in taking that principle and misapplying it to our daily lives.
The Bible is filled with wisdom and instruction from God. And learning how to interpret and apply His Word to our lives is an essential discipline for the follower of Christ.
The Bible is filled with stories about ordinary men and women, just like you and me that God used in extraordinary ways.
Perhaps you’ve gone to the Scriptures to help you get through a tough situation, and yet, come away without the answers you’re looking for.
When the pressures of life get overwhelming, do you find yourself looking for an escape? Or do you forge ahead through the tough times?
Obeying God’s Word, and putting it to work in our lives, is a highly unpopular position in our culture.