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How to Study Your Bible

Blessed is the man
who walks not in the counsel of the wicked,
nor stands in the way of sinners,
nor sits in the seat of scoffers;
but his delight is in the law of the Lord,
and on his law he meditates day and night.
(Psalm 1:1-2)

Grace to You (John MacArthur) has produced a very helpful resource on how to study the Bible:

The Bible is an awe-inspiring book. However, we don’t want merely to admire it; we need to understand it. In fact, the majority of people who have an opinion about the Bible–either positive or negative–don’t understand what it says. Such understanding is crucial because the Bible is the Word of God, a fact that becomes especially apparent as you study it. So we need to know how to study the Bible. That encompasses four things: reading it, interpreting it, meditating on it, and teaching it.

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In the article, they provide a simple outline to help in your reading and study of God’s Word. It includes information on how to read the Old and New Testaments, how to interpret the Bible, things to avoid in your studying, how to¬† meditate on God’s Word, and how to teach it.

Fruitful Bible study is important to the Christian’s life. Read the article, then go and browse our BLB Study Tools page for further resources, all of them free and just a click away. You’ll find a whole host of helpful charts, outlines, dictionaries, encyclopedias and more. (Click here to go)