How to Study the Bible

October 5, 2019 - Comment

I will never forget thy precepts; for with them thou hast caused me to live. (Psalm 119:93) There is no situation in life for which you cannot find some word of consolation in Scripture. If you are in affliction, if you are in adversity and trial, there is a promise for you. In joy and

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I will never forget thy precepts; for with them thou hast caused me to live. (Psalm 119:93)

There is no situation in life for which you cannot find some word of consolation in Scripture. If you are in affliction, if you are in adversity and trial, there is a promise for you. In joy and sorrow, in health and in sickness, in poverty and in riches, in every condition of life, God has a promise stored up in His Word for you.

This classic book by Dwight L. Moody brings to light the necessity of studying the Scriptures, presents methods which help stimulate excitement for the Scriptures, and offers tools to help you comprehend the difficult passages in the Scriptures. To live a victorious Christian life, you must read and understand what God is saying to you. Moody is a master of using stories to illustrate what he is saying, and you will be both inspired and convicted to pursue truth from the pages of God’s Word.

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Anonymous says:

If I could give it 20 stars, I would Title: How to Study the BibleWritten By: Dwight L. MoodyGenre: Bible Study Helps/Non-fictionRecommended Ages: AnyIntroduction:This book was amazing! I highlighted probably about 1/4 of it. It was interesting to note how similar the times were back in the late 1800s and now. So much of what D.L Moody said completely describes today.Clarity:Everything was written super clearly and even though it was written over 100 years ago, it was easy to…

Anonymous says:

Full of good advice and helpful suggestions Dwight Moody (1837-1899) was an evangelist, publisher, educator, writer, church founder, and a number of other things. He founded the Moody Bible Institute in Chicago, Moody Press, and the Northfield and Mount Hermon schools in Massachusetts. He became an evangelist when he visited Britain in 1872, and his meetings were often attended by thousands of people. One notable event at the Royal Botanic Gardens drew a crowd of between 15,000 and 30,000 people.Moody wrote about prayer, the…

Anonymous says:

Helpful… I enjoyed reading this book, he gave different ways to study the Bible. He talks about the ten great sermons in Acts, and Revelation the Blesseds….he covers a lot so be sure to grab a pen and paper you will need it…..

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