Do you find reading the Bible and Bible study to be unexciting at times? This article lists seven blessings in studying the Bible.
Though a true believer knows that God’s Word should stir up rejoicing from within him, he also knows that this is not always the case. This article shows that sin can take away the joy of reading the Bible. It also shows how our attitude is crucial to reading the Bible. By rediscovering this joy, devotion time, Bible study and preaching will always be a delight.
Every Christian is involved in Bible reading, Bible study and listening to the Word preached. How should we approach God’s Word? What attitude should we have? This article shows that if one believes that the Bible is the inspired Word of God, it will create an attitude whereby God’s Word governs all of your life.
If the Bible is all about Christ, then a good Bible study is one that focuses on Christ. This is what the article argues for.
For the sake of personal or corporate Bible study, this article offers a three-step approach to studying the Bible. It involves asking three kinds of questions of a text—first observation, then elucidation, and finally application.
This article share some guidelines for effective group Bible study; namely: keep the Bible first, use the creeds, plan, prepare, take notes, work as a group, and apply the word. Page 8.