Study the Bible with an Open Mind – Try to find what the Bible actually teaches instead of trying to make the Bible prove what you already believe. Remember, the Gospel is God’s power to save, not our opinions.

Study the Bible Systematically – This is the purpose of A student in public school could not learn Chemistry, Math or Science if he/she skipped around haphazardly from one subject to another. The same principle holds true in Bible study. You owe it to yourself to be systematic in personal study of the Word of God.

Study the Bible Daily – In Acts 17:11 the Bible says of the people of Berea, “... received the word with all readiness of mind and searched the scriptures daily ...” If these early disciples were encouraged to check the teachings of the apostles, should not Bible students today be zealous studying the Bible, avoiding false teaching?

Realize Truth Exists – “You can prove anything by the Bible,” someone is heard to say. To believe this, one has to believe the Bible to be full of contradictions and falsehoods; teaching opposing doctrines. Most of us would be angry if someone said our character was such that “You could prove anything by it.” If our religious beliefs contradict one another it is because at least one, perhaps all, are not in harmony with God’s Truth as revealed in His Holy Word.

Study Widely – If we could learn everything God wants us to know in one single verse, there would be no purpose for the rest of the Bible. In studying a certain Scripture we should always consider the context (verses surrounding the verse under consideration) as well as to whom, when, and under what conditions a scripture was written.

Apply Its Teaching Personally – One of the greatest Bible Tragedies was the rich young ruler of Matthew 19 who inquired of the Lord what he must do to inherit eternal life. Upon receiving an answer, The Bible says, “He went away sorrowful ...” Bible knowledge is wonderful, but is of little real value unless it is actively put to use. May the Lord richly bless your study of the Holy Bible.


A Comparative Study of Bloodshed in Bible and Talmud
A Great Commission
A Hint or Two on the Book of Psalms
Alone With Jesus
An Ethical Crisis
Are You Ready?
Authority and Power - Obedience and Dependence
Breaking Bread
Can Right Ever Be Wrong?
Christian Ethics
Christian Perfection: What Is It?
Christianity - What Is It?
Church Growth Fallacy
Cloven Tongues
Conversion: What Is It?
Cost of Following Jesus
David's Companions and Paul's Friends
Day of Atonement
Discipleship in An Evil Day
Divine History
Earmarks of Lord's Church
Eating and Drinking
Egyptian Mud Bricks
Epaphras, the Service of Prayer
Eternal Punishment vs. Universalism and Annihilationism
Ethics in Church Matters
Evangelization - A Word to an Evangelist
Five Words
Four Gardens
Four Temples
General Bible Outline
Gideon and His Companions
Glad Tidings
God for Us
God's Fullness for an Empty Vessel
God's Way, and How to Find It
Grace and Government
Hard To Believe
Hebrew Bible Miracles
He Cares For Me
History of the Tribe of Levi
Holy Brethren
Holy Spirit Miracles
How to Study Scripture
Inside the Veil, Outside the Camp
Jacob Alone With God
Jehoshaphat - Worldliness
Jehovah's Demand and Satan's Objections
Jericho and Achor - Privilege and Responsibility
Jesus Christ - Object of the Heart
Job and His Friends
Keys to the Kingdom
Landmarks and Stumbling-blocks
Let the Lower Lights Be Burning
Living "The Story"

Living by Faith
Loops of Blue
Loss of Faith
Ministry of Reconciliation
Not What It Used To Be
Now and Then or Time and Eternity
Power of the Gospel
Prayer, In Its Proper Place
Preaching Christ: What Is It?
Present Condition of Things
Prophecies Fulfilled Concerning Jesus
Provision for Perilous Times
Questions - How to Meet Them
Rabbi Yeshua
Ready To Answer
Remembering Who We Are
Revisiting the Legacy
Sanctification: What Is It?
Saul of Tarsus
Seven Essays on Prophecy
Six Good Friends or Jesus
Sufficiency and Authority of the Scriptures
Teacher Self-Evaluation Sheet
The All-Sufficiency of Christ
The Bible - Its Sufficiency and Supremacy
The Blind Man and the Pharisees Who Said "We See"
The Call of God - Abraham and Lot
The Christian Priesthood
The Christian's Position and Work
The Church - Facing Its Faults
The Closing Scenes of Malachi and Jude
The Coming of Christ
The Dew of Hermon
The Discipline of the Assembly
The Faith of Jesus
The Goodness of God
The Grapes of Eshcol
The Judgment Seat of Christ
The Law and the Gospel
The Living God and A Living Faith
The Lord's Coming
The Man of God
The Ministry of Christ - Past, Present, and Future
The Prayer of Jabez
The Pre-Eminate Book of All Ages
The Priest's Place and Portion
The Regions Beyond
The Resurrection
The Sabbath and the Law
The Sabbath, the Law, and the Christian Ministry
The Tabernacle
The Three Appearings
The Three Crosses
The Throne and the Altar
The Unequal Yoke
The Unmerciful Servant
The Work of God in the Soul
Thou and Thy House
True Followers
Two Impossibles
When Duty Becomes Desire

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