Misunderstood Bible Passages
Perhaps you’ve found yourself quoting a familiar verse, but don’t truly understand its context. Gain a fresh perspective on the importance of accuracy.
If the Bible can change our life, then why don’t we spend more time reading it? Well, sometimes it’s because we don’t truly comprehend what we’re reading!
Have you ever tried reading the Bible all the way through, from start to finish? It’s easy to get bogged down in Leviticus and conclude we can’t go any further!
The "Discover the Word" Team is passionate about God’s Word, and helping others appreciate what the Bible says. Don’t miss this refreshing conversation on biblical truth.
It’s not uncommon to hear the Bible quoted in public settings. And sometimes, the Scripture is misused, failing to reflect what the author intended.
When we read the Old Testament, some of the stories may appear a little far-fetched, perhaps even a bit superstitious.
Often God uses men and women in the Bible to speak words of wisdom to His followers. Let's discuss God’s calling of the prophet Hosea.
Understanding the historical context of a passage in Scripture makes a big difference in how to respond to God’s message!
We’ve all had moments, even seasons, when we’ve turned our backs on God. Perhaps you’ve been struggling lately, finding it hard to find the way back. Find encouragement in today's discussion!
If you go to a bookstore to select a Bible, you’ll find you’re inundated with a multitude of translations from which to choose.
Ever come across a passage in the Bible that just doesn’t make sense? Let's look at Matthew 18, verses 19 and 20.