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The 5 P Method

Posted by Darrin Vant Hoff on

In our March Bible Helps article, we shared the OIA and SPECK Bible study methods to help understand and apply what the Bible is saying to us today. This month, we would like to share another Bible study method: the 5 P Method.  While the Bible was written to a specific audience in a...

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How to Read, Study and Apply Wisdom Literature

Posted by Marc Maillefer on

Job-Ecclesiastes As we begin to work our way through the five books of Wisdom literature, Job, Psalms, Proverbs, Ecclesiastes, and Song of Solomon, it is important that we understand how the Bible understands wisdom. Biblically speaking, wisdom is, “the skill for living in a God honoring...

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Bible Study Methods

Posted by Darrin Vant Hoff on

When I first started to read the Bible after becoming a Christian, I felt that I was ill equipped to really read the Bible. I knew that each book was written to a specific group of people in a specific time but because I knew very little about what they were experiencing, I was unsure if what I...

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How to Use a Study Bible

Posted by Darrin Vant Hoff on

A Bible that is both faithful in translation and easy to understand is key when it comes to getting the most out of God’s Word. If you want to dig deep, try reading a study Bible. The biggest difference between study Bibles and the ones we have in church is the amount of information...

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How to Read Narrative Genre

Posted by Marc Maillefer on

How to Read Narrative Genre "As we launch into The Storyline series, where we will read through the Old Testament together and teach through sections of the entire Bible, I want to encourage you to go deeper in God’s Word and let it shape your mind, heart and service to God and others...

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