The Bible in Our Lives
September 1, 1991
The Word of God is the food of the soul. There can be no normal growth or progress apart from it (1 Peter 2:2; Heb. 5:11-12).
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In Our Hands & In Our HeartsSeptember 1, 1991
The following material is not intended to be an exhaustive study of our subject. It is, however, the writer's purpose to emphasize some of the structure of the Scriptures to encourage its faithful and fruitful study.
Inspiration: Eight Reasons WhySeptember 1, 1991
In Hebrews 1:1-2, we read one of the many claims the Bible makes to being the revealed Word of God. The book is full of "Thus saith the Lord" and, "Verily, I say unto you."
Preparing the WaySeptember 1, 1991
Inasmuch as it has pleased God to reveal Himself through a book -- the Bible -- it is proper that we should understand the special means used in compiling that holy Book.
The Book of WondersSeptember 1, 1991
In Psalm 119, verse 129, we read: "Thy testimonies are wonderful." So the Word of God testifies to its own wonders.
Word Study HelpsSeptember 1, 1991
"A word fitly spoken is like apples of gold in pictures of silver," the wise preacher once said.
Dabar-Elohim: The Word of GodSeptember 1, 1991
The author of the Scriptures, like the Creator, reveals His perfection in all that He does. We see it in the use of certain words and phrases in Psalm 119.
How to Read the BibleJanuary 1, 1991
Our purpose here is to suggest how the Bible should be read in order that it might become to you personally the living and powerful Book that it is!
True ScholarshipJanuary 1, 1991
We are bombarded today with the opinions of self-styled scholars. However, not everything that calls itself scholarship is worthy of all acceptation...