How to Study Your Bible

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Harvest House Publishers, Mar 1, 2001 - Religion - 180 pages
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More than 400,000 adults and teens have discovered the truth of God s Word for themselves through Kay s inductive study tools. Now this dynamic guide has been updated to reflect the most recent edition of the NASB and sports a fresh new cover. How to Study Your Bible helps people cultivate the skills of observation, interpretation, and application and encourages them to become active participants in God s Word!

In 15 easy to understand chapters, bestselling author Kay Arthur presents a systematic approach that includes key words, context studies, comparisons and contrasts, topical studies, word meanings, and more. Interacting with God s Word helps readers absorb more of its messages and gives God greater access to engrave His truth on their hearts and minds.

 

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User Review  - iamjonlarson - LibraryThing

Excellent starting point for developing your Bible study. There are some very good tools and principles to follow. At times her specific techniques are a bit tedious and her tone makes it sounds as ... Read full review

Some real good suggestions. Some monotony.

User Review  - Neil - Christianbook.com

This guide has some real good points and some suggestions that are simply over the top. The book is an update of a previous book that (I think) was written by one of the three authors. This one is ... Read full review

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