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How to Understand Scripture – Part 6

February 9, 2015

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Finally!!  We’ve come to the last part of our series on understanding Scripture.  If you haven’t followed along, maybe take some time now to go back and get caught up (especially if you think you don’t need such a study!)  Without further ado, here is Part 6 of our study… Rule #5       G.U.A.R.D.   Determine now […]

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How to Understand Scripture – Part 5

February 5, 2015

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We’re almost through our study of how to understand Scripture so if you’ve been following along, don’t quit now!  We have already come to know how a proper understanding of the law, gospel and focus of Scripture helps us truly understand it.  We will now look at the importance of what surrounds a passage we […]

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How to Understand Scripture – Part 4

February 3, 2015

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I can hear folks now, “Seriously?!? I’m supposed to take time from my busy day to read a post about how to read the Bible?” And my answer is “Yes!” Not only that, but I would suggest you read the whole series! It’s a hard sell – convincing folks that they may not know how […]

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How to Understand Scripture – Part 3

January 19, 2015

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This is the third part in our series aimed at helping folks understand Scripture better.  Why?  Because when it’s vague or confusing it can be somewhat boring and turn into a chore.  If you haven’t read the other posts, go check em’ out!  Today, we discuss why truly understanding the Gospel is important to how […]

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New Audio Sermon – The Biblical Compass

August 6, 2012

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It’s a hard sell.  Convincing folks who are familiar with reading the Bible that maybe they should listen to a teaching on how to read the Bible doesn’t usually go over very well.  But the simple fact is that there are some guidelines, or rules, for properly understanding Scripture that have been forgotten over time.  […]

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Resetting the Biblical Compass

April 26, 2012

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Many, many people read the Bible and come away feeling as though they are missing something, or that it is such a mysterious book it can never be fully understood.  While there are indeed a few puzzling areas, most of it is fairly easy to understand if you just follow a few simple guidelines when […]

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