Posted on April 29, 2020
Get The Most Out Of Your Bible Study
If you do not know how to get the most out of your Bible, you are in much greater danger. This lack of understanding has eternal consequences. You do not have to understand everything in the Bible in order to reap the benefits, but you need to understand the main message. You can browse through the website to easily see 6017 years of biblical and world history together!.
There are many treasures in the Bible that can only be found through diligent search. May God bless you as you take another look at your Bible. Here are some things you can do that will help you make your Bible studies more meaningful:
Everything in the Bible should be taken literally except to tell you otherwise. The Bible uses terms such as; "For, like, likened to" and the like, to tell you if one of the other symbolic things. The Bible also uses comparisons that can be understood by comparing Scripture with Scripture.
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Let the Bible interpret itself. The Bible has a cross-reference. Hint: If the Bible does not make sense to you, you can do a word study to find the meaning of concerning scripture. There are books that have every word of the Bible referenced. This is called a concordance. Perhaps no one summed up in the back of your Bible.
Ask an expert on the Bible to explain the Bible verse that is in question. Do not accept just anyone as an expert. Being a pastor, a professor of Bible school or Sunday school teachers do not necessarily make people who are experts. Only those who have done all the things listed above should be considered an expert.