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Seven Ways the Old Testament Deepens Our Love for Jesus

By connecting with the past of others, we connect better with them. The Old Testament connects us with Jesus’ past.

The Temptation of Jesus Is Not about Your Battle with Sin

The point of passages like Christ's temptation in the wilderness is to be confident in what Christ has done for us and not to grow confident in what we can do for ourselves. Why do we so often confuse that?

Reading Through Isaiah: From Exile to Exodus

You may be thinking that I got the title backwards: Didn’t the exodus from Egypt come before the exile? It did, but not in Isaiah.

Standing in the Council

You might think the standard for a prophet was whether their words came to pass, but that’s actually a bi-product of the real test.

Beware Bible McNuggets: When Reading the Bible Can Be Spiritually Unhealthy

The spiritual diet of too many Christians consists of a lot of Bible McNuggets. And that's not healthy.


Why read the Psalms? Because they are designed to heal. In particular, they are designed to heal by pointing ourselves to Jesus.

Matt Chandler's Bible Study 101

Pastor Matt Chandler tells his church, "We're going to unapologetically believe the Bible." Here are his basic tips for studying it.

Why did God require Animal Sacrifices in the Old Testament?
Why did God require Animal Sacrifices in the Old Testament?

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Why are the Beatitudes significant to us today?
Why are the Beatitudes significant to us today?

3 Simple Steps for Studying the Bible

There are a number of ways we can study the Bible, but one of the most effective and simple approaches to reading and understanding God’s Word involves three simple steps.

Word Study: Lost in Translation?

"Saraph" is translated differently in Isa 6:2 and Isa 30:6. Why do we have "seraphim" in one passage and "flying snakes" in another?

Can a Person Be Overly Righteous?

Can “be not overly righteous” in Ecclesiastes 7:16 really be saying what it seems to be saying?

Howard Hendricks’ 4 Bible Study Steps

Without the basics, you won't get much out of Bible study. Once people are taught how to do something, they can see the value of it.

How to Use the Psalms to Deepen Your Relationship with God

When you want to deepen your relationship with God, you need to seek personal encounters with Him.

The Danger of Character Studies

We do the weirdest things to the Bible in the absence of cohesive themes. No other book is treated so recklessly as God's Word.

Real Love: A Paraphrase of 1 Corinthians 13

If I talk about God but I fail to ask about other people’s needs, I’m simply making a lot of empty religious noise.

Colossians – Paul’s Service for the Gospel

Specifically, in this letter, Paul says that his sufferings benefit the Colossians because he is providing a physical example.

Hunger Games Bible Study No. 1: The Reaping

Cultural offering The Hunger Games has many applicable lessons for our lives, such as sacrifice, as this study teaches.

Before You Read Isaiah, Read This

If you want to understand the book of Isaiah, don’t read straight through it. You’ll get lost. The book isn’t arranged sequentially.

  • Christopher R. Smith |
  • March 18, 2013 |
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Will We Recognize Friends in Heaven?

Will we have personal identity in heaven? And will we recognize family and friends?

  • Timothy J. Demy and Thomas Ice |
  • March 08, 2013 |
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Example: "Gen 1:1" "John 3" "Moses" "trust"
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