Category Archives: Bible Study

Skip the Verse, Memorize the Book: Andrew Davis on Extended Bible Memorization

How can we keep our mind fixed on God’s Word when we keep it trapped in our Bibles?

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7 Mistakes We Make in Women’s Bible Study

Women who are students of the Bible, serious about studying it and hearing it taught, choose the good portion, the one thing that is necessary.

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The Danger of Forgetting How to Read the Bible

How can we repent quickly and keep from hardening ourselves to God’s voice as he calls us back to himself?

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The Magi and the Eternal Effect of Our Work

If we are faithful in our call, who knows how God will use what we do today to further his kingdom tomorrow.

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Four Accounts, One Savior

We cannot properly celebrate the birth of our Savior until we acknowledge our need to be saved.

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You Asked: What’s New About the New Covenant?

Though glorious, God’s covenant with Abraham was not the end of the story. Rather it was the beginning.

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When Mentoring Exposes Your Idol of Being Needed

Healthy boundaries flow out of the foundational belief that you both need Jesus more than you need one another.

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You Asked: Is All Scripture from the Lord?

Not all of Scripture is the words of Jesus. But all of Scripture is the Word of God.

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Is ‘Background Information’ Ever Necessary to Understand the Bible?

How can we determine the meaning of words apart from a historical setting?

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Should We Expect Politicians to Act Like Christians?

Our lost neighbors might be “pagan” in the sense that they are not part of the community of God, but they aren still accountable before God.

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