How to Study Bible?
The Bible is not a simple book. The words on its pages are like a soul to your soul. It has the power to change your life because there is life in the Word! (See Hebrews 4:12.)
Jesus says in John 8: 31-32 (AMP), “If you constantly obey my teaching and live by it, you are truly my disciples. And you will know the truth … and the truth will set you free. ”
These verses bring me to the simple conclusion: If we do not consistently study God’s Word and apply this truth to our lives, we will not have the power to mature in Christ and glorify God in this world.
So no matter where you are on your walk with God, I want to encourage you to spend time in His Word today and be determined to stick with it! Every time you study the Bible and pay attention to what you are reading, you are learning something.
Proverbs 4: 20-22, “My son, pay attention to my words … because they are life to those who find them … The word” attendance “means paying attention and giving some time. Attending God’s Word is much more than just reading; It is meditating.
As the proverbs say, these words are life, so God must deal with what we want to do. When you need an encouraging word or when you are in a negative environment, it is good to know that you can find life (plus healing and health) in God’s Word.
What should I study?
There really is no wrong place to start. You can study anything that can help you. If you are dealing with anger or fear, use a coordination and mark those words to see what texts are talking about them.
When I first started studying the word, I didn’t have very good relationships and I didn’t really understand what love is.
As I studied the subject of love, I realized that it was more than a warm, fuzzy feeling; How you deal with them is the decision you make every day.
By studying what the Bible says about love, I learned how to love. That’s when my life really started to change.
As I did on the subject of love, applying what you have studied to your life is just a picture of what a Bible study is like.
Practical Steps to Study the Bible
Here are four steps you can take to begin digging God’s Word:
- Set aside time on purpose. I make an appointment with God in the morning, but if that doesn’t work for you, find the time to do it… even if it’s not every day. Whatever you can do, that’s all you have to do. Start somewhere and you will see the fruits this time will bring to your life!
- Prepare for your Bible study. Have a place you enjoy your The room where you are alone in your home, or somewhere you like to be comfortable and comfortable.
- Make all your materials available. You need your Bible, but you also get a good Bible dictionary, coordination, pen, and paper. That way, you don’t have to stop every few minutes to mention or write anything.
- Prepare your heart. Talk to God about what you need to accept and enter your study time peacefully and without anything that prevents you from receiving revelation during your study.
Make God’s Word a top priority in your life because you have the power to change your life and become the person God wants you to be. And this is the best life you can get!