We may think we’re all put together, until we look in the mirror and find the crooked collar on our shirt and spinach in our teeth! Let's look into the mirror of God’s Word to learn practical ways to better reflect Christ!
Used carelessly, a knife can cause a lot of damage. But in the hands of a skilled surgeon, a sharp blade can save lives.
God uses countless metaphors to describe His Word. And each one offers insight into the power of Scripture. Another insightful dialogue.
Have you ever felt that God turned His back on you? When difficult seasons arise, it’s easy to question whether God truly knows what you’re going through.
Before Bibles were available in print, the Scriptures were read out loud to the people of the church. Let's return to that tradition, as we listen to the first half of the book of Ruth.
The men and women of the Bible tell us a lot about ourselves. Although times have changed, human nature has not.
So often we read a portion of Scripture, and jump right to application. But in the process we misinterpret the text. Let's get the most out of personal and group Bible study.
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 God’s Word to people, but sometimes, it’s difficult to know how to study the Scriptures on your own.
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.
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.
Our everyday conversations are filled with figurative language. But many of us hesitate when we get to the figurative language in the Bible.
Part of the magic in storytelling is drawing the listener, or reader in, and giving them an active part in what the characters are going through. When that happens, we’re able to apply the truths of the story to our own lives.
Some anecdotes in the Bible are straightforward . . . where the application is crystal clear. But other passages are ambiguous . . . leaving more questions than answers. Let's dissect two such examples from Scripture.