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Fun and Easy Tools for Studying the Bible
God is the beginning, middle, and end of all of life. If we want to truly know who we are, who we were created to be, and what we created to do (that’s your purpose), then we have to get to know God intimately. One of the ways we accomplish this is by reading his word. When you know the word of God, you learn the will of God for your life.
God revealed a part of my purpose to me through scripture and he speaks to us all the time through his word.
This episode answers a common question that I am asked but I am rarely ever able to satisfactorily answer because the answer requires so much information lol. Now I can respond by directing people to this episode.
I initially was going to do a masterclass on it but I felt led to make it a podcast episode so that you can revisit it and have access to links for the tools I mention.
We are called to be interpreters of the Bible, which is very cryptic. Studying is the process we use to learn and interpret. In this episode I’m going to share some things that will help the scriptures come alive off of the pages to you. You’re going to see what you’re reading differently after this.
In this episode, I break down:
* Why anyone should even study the bible
* How to decide what to study
* Tools for studying the Bible
* Bible study tools that help you gather the information you want to study
* Three easy, but effective bible study methods
* Important questions to ask when you’re reading
* Guiding principles for studying
Check out the show notes for this episode here: https://pavielle.com/134/
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