How can you read the Bible for true growth? This article suggests a number of principles: read with certain presuppositions (regarding its authority, infallibility, sufficiency, etc.), read with a plan, and read with purpose.
This article looks at the names of God as they are revealed in the Old Testament. God's names reveal something about his being, commemorate an encounter with him, and declare some individual experience or relationship.
Looking at Psalm 19, this article shows how the psalm describes both God's communication with the believer and the believer's communication with God. Focus is given to the nature of the Word of God, in terms of its authority, power, and personal application.
Looking at Micah 6, this article shows how the discipline of doing justice, loving mercy, and walking humbly with God serves as the sign of true religion. It encompasses the whole person in his relationship with God and others.
Looking at the garments of the high priest as described in Exodus 28, this article shows how the ephod, breastplate, and the crown the high priest wore point us to Christ and his work as our High Priest.