A daily devotional online Bible study presented by Moody Bible Institute. Every day is a new opportunity to get closer to God. Have you ever wondered what kind of person you would be if you lived up to your potential? Have you ever wondered what God had in mind when he first created you? Have you ever wondered if this life is really worth all the pain and heartache? God wants to make us new people, an extreme transformation of the soul, something we cannot do on our own. Our extreme makeover begins when God justifies us through faith in Jesus Christ, freeing us from our past, securing our future, and initiating God's transforming work in our lives.
The good news is that it's your job, not just ours. He gives us his Holy Spirit to guide and empower us at every step of growth. The Book of Colossians teaches the principles of living a Christian life in the midst of a non-Christian culture. Sometimes this forces us to confront the tide of public opinion or popular trends.
This nine-session course addresses topics such as pleasing God, developing a steady walk with God, thinking like a Christian, practicing spiritual self-defense, living with focus, and becoming a prayer warrior. After wandering for 40 years in the desert, Joshua had reason to be worried about entering the Promised Land. But God commanded him to be strong and courageous, and the Book of Joshua shares the powerful story of how God kept his promises and brought the Israelites to the long-awaited land of milk and honey. This eight-session course shares lessons from Joshua on how to live a life of extraordinary faith.
By comparing other Bible passages that teach about prayer, you will avoid making any mistakes regarding the true nature, conditions, and results of prayer according to God's will. Through the study of great biblical words, you will soon be able to familiarize yourself with the great doctrines of the Bible and understand the great theological principles that the Bible reveals. For more than 20 years, these accessible Bible study notes have helped readers explore the scriptures with tons of great information and study help. Being able to apply what you study to your life, as I did on the subject of love, is just a picture of what studying the Bible looks like.
Take a scripture to memorize and study during the week, as well as use Bible study resources to impact your life beyond the superficial knowledge of these popular scriptures. I wrote it more for a beginner audience (article on the SOAP Bible Study Method), but I plan to write a follow-up once those readers have the opportunity to try the method for themselves. Or one could study biblical geography by reading quickly and looking for rivers, seas, and mountains highlighted in the Scriptures. When studying the historical passages of the Bible, such as most of the Old Testament or parts of the Gospels, each verse can have only one simple meaning.
I've been reading the Bible verse by verse, reading Gill's exposition for each verse as I go. Honestly, I've been looking for proper methods to study the Bible and I think this is the best I've found so far. While studying the subject of love, I learned that it is more than a warm and confusing feeling; it is a decision you make every day to treat people the way Jesus would treat them. Then, using your concordance, look up the keywords in those verses and find out what other parts of the Bible say about this question or problem.
You'll want your Bible, of course, but also a good Bible dictionary, concordance, pen and paper. If you like these studies and would like to use something similar for your group, you can purchase the LifeGuide Bible Study Guide, which uses a similar format. In just over three years, a person could do an intensive study of the entire Bible, taking one chapter a day. .