How To Study The Bible
How To Study The Bible
 
How To Study The Bible
Read Excerpts:  Chapter 4  |  Chapter 7  |  Chapter 12  |  Postscript: To Youth
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DEVELOP A PURPOSE IN YOUR READING...
The greatest obstacle between believers and a powerful fruitful word life is not laziness, lack of desire, intelligence or lack of time but a lack of direction and purpose in approaching the Bible....knowing how to study the bible.

HOW TO STUDY THE BIBLE
This easy to read book presents the Bible-based solution: your life priority of reading, studying and meditating on God's word.  Read Study Meditate will show you how to study the bible. So get ready for results as you follow this Biblical plan.  You will not be disappointed!

ABOUT THE AUTHOR
Jim Nagle is a gifted Bible teacher with a passion for the Word of God and will show you how to study the bible.  His communication style is clear, organized and easy to understand.  Best of all, he makes in-depth comprehensive Bible learning exciting and motivating!

Jim is founder and president of End-Time Champions, Inc.  He and his wife Jan are pastors in Bradenton, Florida.

SAMPLE EXCERPT

WHAT'S IN IT FOR ME?

As you plunge into your reading, you may be saying to yourself, "I hope there's some real benefit to this." Believe me, there is. There is more benefit to reading the Bible than you have ever imagined. But I won't ask you to just take my word for it. The Lord has a lot to say about it, and I'm about to share with you just a few of the great rewards of searching the Scriptures daily. But first, just a few more tips about how to go about it.

  You should always approach Bible reading prayerfully. Remember, it's a spiritual Book, and must be understood that way. The Holy Spirit, Who is God just as the Father and the Son are, is the Teacher (John 14:26). More on that later in the section on study. For now, though, you need to remember that if you're going to get anything worthwhile out of your reading, it will be because the Lord opened your understanding. So prayer is the right place to start.

  I like to pray according to what the Word says. It's one way to know you are getting God's ear when you pray. Listen to what the Apostle John had to say about it: "And this is the confidence that we have in him, that, if we ask anything according to his will, he heareth us: And if we know that he hear us, whatsoever we ask, we know that we have the petitions we desired of him" (1 John 5:14-15). One way we can know we're asking according to His will is to ask according to His Word. His Word is His will.

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