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How to Understand Your Bible

Manly P. Hall

How to Understand Your Bible

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Published by Philosophical Research Society .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Bibles

  • The Physical Object
    FormatHardcover
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL9510374M
    ISBN 100893148342
    ISBN 109780893148348


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How to Understand Your Bible by Manly P. Hall Download PDF EPUB FB2

He suggests some more recent reference tools and offers more examples from contemporary English translations. In a new concluding chapter he helps you try out the principles on Psalm You may begin as a beginner, but you will finish this book well equipped to understand the Bible and to experience its transforming power in your life/5(15).

To understand any one sacred book completely it is necessary to also understand all other sacred books. The Christian Bible is the greatest book in English literature. But like most other great books, it must be approached with understanding, gentleness, and a sincere desire to find truth/5(36).

How to Understand the Bible - A Simple Guide by Mel Lawrenz is exactly that, a simple guide. Lawrenz covers such topics as approaching the Bible, understanding both the OT and the NT, and interpreting the Bible.

Within those topics he covers the big picture and different Bible translations just to name a couple of topics/5(63). “How to read the Bible Book by Book,” is an all-in-one biblical commentary offering general understanding for biblical study. It will be a useful introductory reference to help those unfamiliar with portions of the Bible understand the context and the perspectives of the various writers/5().

He suggests some more recent reference tools and offers more examples from contemporary English translations. In a new concluding chapter he helps you try out the principles on Psalm You may begin as a beginner, but you will finish this book well equipped to understand the Bible and to experience its transforming power in your life/5(2).

If you want to understand the Bible, How to Understand Your Bible book bring it back to Jesus. Read The Entire Bible Sequentially At Least Once Obviously, reading the entire Bible multiple times is ideal, but reading it through sequentially at least once is essential.

The Beginner's Guide to Reading the Bible 1. Choose a Bible version that’s understandable and easy to read. You don’t have to start at the beginning. Pick a book of the Bible and work your way through it.

Read a little every day. Pray before you begin. Write it down. The Bible itself provides many of the keys to understanding it. Regardless of your background, God’s message in the Bible “is not too difficult for you, nor is it far away.”—Deuteronomy Keys to understanding the Bible.

Have the right attitude. Accept the Bible as God’s Word. Be humble, since God opposes the proud. The Bible contains a wide variety of literature, including letters, poems, hymns, and stories. However, for Christians the Bible is not simply a book of literature or history or Size: KB.

Genesis - I generally would not place a historical book of the Bible, like Genesis, as the best place to start but if you want to read through the entire Bible in chronological order, Genesis is the place to go. Doing so will give you a better understanding of the Bible as a whole.

This list is in no particular order. Where you start depends on your personal goals. My suggestion is to pray. The Bible is not an ordinary book. It is the only revelation of God's nature and will; it alone is "profitable for teaching, reproof, correction, and instruction in righteous" (2 Timothy ).

It can make us wise unto salvation, and the word is able to save our souls (2 Timothy ; James ). In this article, Jason Jackson discusses the importance of reading God's word, and he offers. How to Read the Bible — the Best Way for Beginners.

Choose a Study Bible in a User-Friendly Translation. Choose Where to Start Reading the Bible. Find a Good Bible Study. Take Your Time. Learn How to Read the Bible Slowly. Reflect on What You’re Reading in the Bible. Instead of always reading the Bible while your children listen, consider having older kids dramatically read the words of those who speak while you narrate the passage.

Or pass the book around and have each person read one verse or one line or even one word, if your children are able to connect to the Word in that way. Book to help understand the Bible Reading the Bible may not always clear and some topices may not be covered in the Bible so here are book to help.

All Votes Add Books To This List. 1: Secrets of the Dry Bones: Ezekiel - The Mystery of a Prophet's Vision (Illuminated Bible Study Guides Series) by. Then this book is for you. Starting from scratch, Norton Sterrett presents the general rules for reading the Bible's ordinary language and moves on to specific principles that apply to special types of language such as parables, figures of speech, Hebrew poetry and symbols.5/5(1).

“You must read your Bible every day.” Reading your Bible every day is a great thing, but within its very pages it describes how the law introduces us to sin.

When we make rules out of things, we tend to take the life out of them, no matter how good they are. We need to approach the Bible as a book. But make sure you order the right one, the third edition, Greek and English.

And while you’re at it, read more primary sources, like Josephus, the Dead Sea Scrolls, Apocrypha, Philo, and Greco-Roman classics. Get convenient access to more than 40 Bible study references with your Bible Gateway Plus membership. Try it right now.

A matter-of-fact, objective summary of each book of the Bible, filled with useful information. Each chapter starts with the facts: who wrote the book, when it was probably written, main emphases and characters, and any other important information unique to each book/5.

About 30 Days to Understanding the Bible: If you’ve ever confused the ark of the covenant with the ark of Noah, or Jericho with Jeroboam, Max Anders’ classic book, 30 Days to Understanding the Bible, is for you.

In just fifteen minutes a day, you’ll learn the Bible’s key people, events, and doctrines to get more out of God’s Word.

If you want to read about the prophecy of Israel, you must read the final seventeen books. This is somewhat oversimplified, because there is some poetry in the Historical Books, and some history in the Prophetical Books, etc.

The point is, however, that each of the books fits into a primary 30 DAYS TO UNDERSTANDING THE BIBLE 14 Historical File Size: 1MB. "You may begin as a beginner, but you will finish this book well equipped to understand the Bible and experience its transforming power in your life." Journal of Christian Nursing, Vol Number 1.

The Bible is a book written in many ways like any other, and can therefore be understood by anyone who is able to read. Yet the Bible is also unique, different from every other book, because it is inspired by God. The Bible is “breathed out by God” (2 Tim.

The Bible is a living book with a timeless message. The more we read it, the more God’s words get into us. We get to know God better. We find wisdom and guidance for how to deal with our crazy. Norton Sterret, in How to Understand Your Bible, states very concisely some of the major principles that need to be adhered to when building a theological system from one’s own study of the Bible: 1.

Base doctrine on the literal statements of the Bible rather than on the figurative portions Base doctrine on plain statements rather than on obscure ones   Use a balanced, Bible reading plan. This is key. I read from four passages each day: Old Testament, New Testament, Psalms, and Proverbs.

This way, if I hit a dry patch in one section, I can usually get something out of another. Innumerable plans are available.

This year I am using the One Year Bible. Read in an easy-to-understand translation. Read the Bible for the sake of learning, not simply to accomplish your next reading. Say a short prayer to God before you begin, asking the Holy Spirit to give you wisdom and understanding, then be refreshed by the words you read.

Genesis speaks of beginnings and is foundational to the understanding of the rest of the Bible. It is supremely a book that speaks about relationships, highlighting those between God and his creation, between God and humankind, and between human beings.

Exodus Exodus describes the history of the Israelites leaving Egypt after slavery. In this step, we'll see what the text looks like under a microscope, as we begin breaking it down.

Using a Bible dictionary, look up the meaning of the word living in the original language. It is the Greek word 'Zaõ' meaning, "not only living but causing to live, vivifying, quickening." You start to see a deeper meaning: "God's Word causes life to come about; it quickens.".

1. Read for the author’s meaning, not your own. When we read, we want to know what an author intended us to see and experience in his writing.

He had an intention when he wrote. Nothing will ever change that. It is there as a past, objective event in history. We are not reading simply for subjective experiences.

One vital key we must come to understand is that the Bible interprets itself. We must be careful not to force our own interpretations onto it (p.

16). For us to understand the Bible, we must first learn about and respect God’s law (p. 36). As I said earlier, the Bible is a unique book. It doesn’t read smoothly from cover to cover without a basic knowledge of its message. Instead, it is a collection of books that were written by several authors.

If this is your first time reading the Bible, we encourage you. Instead of walking into what is essentially a library and trying to read your way through the books indiscriminately, you can read them strategically. As you do, you’ll find that with each Bible book that you read, you gain a better understanding of the others.

Here are some suggestions to get you started: The Gospel of Mark. Genre: Gospel. How to Understand the Bible is also written from a distinctively anabaptist perspective. It highlights the ideas of Ewert's book is an excellent survey of the elements of Biblical interpretation.

He deals with all the basic ideas like figures of speech, genre, theology, progressive revelation, language and culture/5. Sermon for Sunday, Septem This is the th sermon preached in English on It was preached by Pastor/Missionary Evangelis.

This review is from: How To Understand the Bible: A Simple Guide (Kindle Edition) Was pleasantly surprised by this book. Mel Lawrenz takes us on a Jet tour of the Bible without sermonizing us and instead gives us a well written manual on good Bible interpretation and study ideas/5.

After completing your own analysis, consult a Bible commentary for additional insight. Seeking out other believers’ insights about the passage can provide a broader, more solid understanding of the passage than you might be able to come to on your own. Remember, don’t go to commentaries first; start by making your own observations.

Bible publishers produce beautiful Bibles with quality covers and paper. You might consider a children’s study Bible. Crossway has just published the Illuminated Bible, and as soon as my teens saw it, they all wanted to hold it, flip through it, and read it. Give your children a Bible that exudes value, beauty, and quality, one that sends its own powerful message.

The goal of studying the Bible is to understand the message in the correct context. If you struggle with where to start with your Bible reading, how often to read your Bible, how much to read in one sitting, or how to get things out of it (apply it to your life/practice it), this article can help%().

The first lesson, titled “How to Understand the Bible,” unlocks the hidden secrets of understanding the Bible for yourself. The Bible was written over a 1,year period.

It contains 66 books, written by about 40 different authors. The Bible’s authors deal with the. For each book of the Bible, the authors start with a quick snapshot, then expand the view to help you better understand its key elements and how it fits into the grand narrative of the Bible.

Written by two top evangelical scholars, this book will help you read the Bible knowledgeably and understand it accurately. How to Read the Bible Book by Book: A Guided Tour () by Gordon D /5(6).

Read books in the order they were written to see how the Bible was assembled. The order of books in the Bible also doesn’t reflect the order in which they were written.

Look for tables telling you when the books were written. These can be found in many Bibles or via sites like Bible Gateway. Reading the Entire Bible%().Reading the Bible need not be a haphazard journey through strange and bewildering territory. Like an experienced tour guide, How to Read the Bible Book by Book takes you by the hand and walks you through the Scriptures.

For each book of the Bible, the authors start with a quick snapshot, then expand the view to help you better understand its message and how it fits into the grand narrative of /5().- Make preparation for your Bible study.

Have a place that you enjoy being—a room in your house where you can be alone, or somewhere you are comfortable and like to be.

- Have all your materials available. You’ll want your Bible of course, but also get a good Bible dictionary, concordance, a pen and paper. That way, you don’t have to stop.