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How do we know that the books we have in the Bible are the only ones that are supposed to be there?
Billy Graham writes, "Don't be misled by those who claim the Bible's message is incomplete. God's plan for our salvation was finished through Christ's death and resurrection for us."
For many years my grandmother has read through her Bible once a year, and now she's trying to get me to do the same. I don't want to offend her, but how can I explain to her that I just don't have time for something like this? Maybe it was fine for her but it's not for me.
She gave it priority - not out of habit, but because she knows that the Bible is God's Word, and we need to hear what He has to say to us through it.
Several months ago, you answered a question from someone with a mild learning disability who has a hard time reading their Bible. I have the same problem, but recently my niece gave me a set of CDs with the Bible in spoken or audio form. It's helped me greatly and maybe it would help this person also.
Thank you for your suggestion; I hope it will encourage others to do the same.
I've never read the Bible very much, but I made a New Year's resolution to begin reading it every day, which I've done so far. But to be honest I'm already getting bogged down and don't think I can keep it up. Am I doing something wrong?
One reason you might have gotten bogged down is because you started reading some of the hardest parts first.
We were discussing in our class at church who the worst person in the Bible was. Who would you nominate? Maybe it doesn't matter very much, but we've been surprised at how many bad people the Bible mentions.
It's hard for me to select one individual as the absolute worst person in the Bible; the Bible's list of evil people is long!
I've heard that old spiritual for years about Ezekiel and the valley full of dry bones that came back to life, but the other day I finally found the story in the Bible. I gather God gave Ezekiel a vision of this, but I'm confused about what it means. Maybe you can help me.
God was telling Ezekiel that the ancient Jewish nation - scattered and destroyed in Ezekiel's time by war and violence - some day would come back to life. ...
I would like to know more about the Bible, but it's so big I don't know where to start, and I'm not sure where to turn to get some help. Could you suggest one or two books (in addition to the Bible) that might help me to study the Bible?
Instead, start at the beginning of one of the books and read a portion each day - even just a few paragraphs - until you've read the whole book.
How Can the World Find Peace?
Even though peace seems unattainable, Christ has already given us the solution.
"Isn't the Bible Full of Errors?"
If we examine the Bible and its purported errors we find that the criticism doesn't stand up to scrutiny.
"Can't You Use the Bible to Justify Anything You Want?"
If the Bible can mean anything we want it to mean, then the Bible essentially means nothing.
Does the Bible Really Say That?
Do you know what's really in the Bible
Life Isn't Fair
God assured Habakkuk that evil would get its due
A Special Place
During a crowded day, we need to have a quiet spot for Bible study.
Does God Ever Hate Anyone?
The message of this Old Testament prophet is sorely needed today.
Outcast but Not Forsaken
Have you ever been rejected by those who call themselves by God's name? A Bible study in the book of Genesis.
How to Seek God's Guidance
Line up four "runway lights" to land in the center of God's will. A Bible study in the book of Acts.