The 2nd in a series of Bible study tips for beginners, learn how to study the Bible in context. Jana Carlson shows that if you can read you can study the Bible.
The 1st in a series of Bible study tips for beginners, learn why context is important and can even be life-changing. Jana Carlson uses 1 John 4:4 as an example.
Reading the Bible with a singular focus causes spiritual eye strain. Here’s how to see the Bible through multi-focal lenses and experience greater benefits.
I used to dutifully have daily devotions so I could check the box on my Bible reading plan. But my time in God’s Word lacked delight. The Gospel changed that.
I wore my devotional diligence as a badge of honor, but it was actually a Pharisaical robe. When I learned what true righteousness looks like, things changed.
An unexpected opportunity revealed that my devotion to Christ lacked a crucial component. This served as the catalyst for a lifelong Bible study journey.
Is your Bible reading delightful, or is it a duty or drudgery? There’s value in a Bible reading plan that spans the whole Bible, but giving it up helped me.
It’s actually possible for you to spend time in God’s Word consistently over the busy holiday season. These 15 tips & ideas can be adapted to fit your needs.
“Wield the Word” has a double meaning. Words are powerful tools or weapons. Using them comes with risks and rewards. How do we live and write for God’s glory?
A Wield The Word reader asked about difficulty focusing, being overwhelmed, and the feeling that God’s Word isn’t sinking in. Here’s my response.