Tag Archives: Bible Study

Getting Over the Hump in Building Lifechanging Habits

What’s the secret to getting over the hump of building an impacting habit that can have life-long effects? Are there any “magic” actions to take to set that accomplishment in motion? Continue reading

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Relying on His Love

My mind went back to a dark, dark time in my life when I was having difficulty thinking clearly and seeing beyond the moment. During that period, I prayed often, but usually from a pitiful position of “Woe is me.” One day, these words came out of my mouth as I prayed: Continue reading

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The Living Word: Two Principles for Discovering God’s Will for You

Who doesn’t want to know God’s will? It’s a high priority for true believers, right? I ‘found’ a couple of “secrets” to discovering His will tucked in the little book of 1 John. Continue reading

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The LIVING Word: A New Column

I hope to put you at ease and keep you from being “weirded out” by my sharing about my relationship with God, because that’s what this new column, “The Living Word,” is about. Continue reading

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How I Study the Bible III

Next to the Bible itself, I think your notebook is the most important tool in Bible study because this is where you personalize the Word and make applications. Continue reading

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How I Study the Bible II

In this post, we’ll look at some of the tools, guidelines and suggestions for getting started in Bible Study. Continue reading

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How I Study the Bible

Today, I am beginning a short series on how I study the Bible. I hope you will forgive the “I” in the title. I am not claiming to know all there is to know on this subject, but I did want to distinguish between “how I study the Bible” versus “how you should study the Bible.” I don’t think my way is the best way; it’s just the best way for me—because I do it. The purpose of this series is to give some direction to readers who have not yet discovered their best way. Continue reading

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