Romans is a favorite epistle from which to pick and choose verses in order to prove one’s doctrine of choice. Sadly, doing this almost always obscures the meaning of any work of literature. In order to find out what the heck Paul was trying to tell the Romans to whom he sent this l-o-n-g piece […]
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“If only I could have justice!” People have cried out for justice down through the ages, and how many of them have received it? If you’re wronged in some way, what do you want? What would make it right? My husband and I had this conversation several weeks ago. I gave him a hypothetical situation: […]
Share my Discovery tour through Romans and add your own insights.
Since I’ve been posting about the discovery bible study method, I thought I’d share the results of my study on Colossians 1:9-12. I was asking God about prayer. I know how to talk to God and listen to Him, but I have a lot of questions. He told me to study the prayers in the […]
Oral Study for a Group How many groups doing Bible studies actually study . . . the Bible? Here’s a great way to allow the word of God to do the teaching. Anyone can do a Bible study like this. You don’t need an expert, because the Bible IS your expert. The leader’s only duty […]
Three Column Study I’ve only recently discovered what is (to me) a new method of studying God’s word, and I’m excited about it — so of course I want to tell you about it and how to do it. This is a simple and effective method of seeking God through His word, and if you’ll […]