How to Study Your Bible: An Introduction
It's one thing to believe the Bible and accept that it is a message from God—that's all fine and good. But it's quite another thing to know how to read it, to study it, and to discover the divine message within it.
What good is it even to own a Bible if one doesn't know how to interpret the message God has for you in its holy pages? Not much good at all! Yet that's the experience so many Christians are facing every time they crack open the Word of God.
That is not the case any longer. A premier, sought-after Bible teacher and evangelist Peter Gregory provides you with the tools you need to understand God's Word. He offers step-by-step insights that will deeply enrich any Bible study experience and revive the Christian walk.
How does one prepare his or her heart and mind for study? When is the best time to sit down with your Bible? What are the best methods and tools for getting the most out of your study? How to Study Your Bible tackles these challenges and many more, enabling and encouraging biblical students to dig more deeply into God's Word than you ever thought possible!
by Peter Gregory
Table of Contents
- Preparing to Study
- Beginning Bible Study
- Paul's Mentoring of Timothy
- Building on Paul's counsel to Timothy
- Study to Show Approval
- The Tools and Mechanics of Bible Studies
- Final Thoughts