Christian Home & Family Podcast: 30 Day Bible Saturation

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From Carey Green, author, blogger, speaker, coach and pastor:About a year and a half ago, my oldest daughter came back from college, telling me about this Bible study method that one of her professors taught her. I wouldn’t call it exactly a Bible Study method, I would call it like a, devotional method. It really makes sense to me, and what it is is this-  I call it The 30 Day Bible Study Saturation.You take 30 days, of reading the same Bible book, from front to end, the entire book, for … [Read more...]

Ouxano: Old Testament Law – How To Read It & Does It Apply To Us Today?

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[display_podcast] From Pastor Matt Tague, author of Read the Word: The Bible was written for you: It’s very common – somebody wants to start digging into the Bible and grow closer to God, so they open up to page one in the book of Genesis. It’s filled with narrative stories and exciting history. Next, they often go right into Exodus, which also has exciting stories of Moses and his leading God’s people out of Egypt and to the Promised Land of Israel. Then, almost out of nowhere in the middle o … [Read more...]

Ouxano: Easily Understanding Old Testament Literature

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[display_podcast] From Pastor Matt Tague, author of Read the Word: The Bible was written for you: This week, we take a look at the Literary Aspect of the Old Testament. This simply means the things that are there in the text that you need to be paying attention to or looking for as you read through the Bible. The first thing to remember is: Don’t overlook the obvious. Most of the historical sections of the Old Testament have what is called “The Divine Narrator”. We see this when the narrator o … [Read more...]

Ouxano: Key Things To Consider Regarding Old Testament History

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[display_podcast]The stories of the early nation of Israel begin in the first book of the Old Testament, Genesis, and continues through the Book of Esther, with portions of Jonah and Daniel as well. In order to get you into the feel of what it’s like to be in the ancient times that these books took place, we’re going to go through some general guidelines that will help you understand the text much easier as you read. Remember, some of these people lived up to 4,000 years ago. That is a long t … [Read more...]

Simple, Basic Rules to Follow When Reading the Bible

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[display_podcast] This week, we’re going to be talking about some general rules for Biblical interpretation. These rules apply to any part of scripture you may be reading, no matter how long you have been studying the Bible or if this is your first time unfolding its pages. Now, it’s safe to say that when you crack open the Bible, you’ll be reading from one of the 66 books of the Bible. Now, each book is a separate section of literature that is contained within itself. But one thing that a lot o … [Read more...]

Ouxano: Some General Rules About Biblical Interpretation

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Some General Rules about Biblical Interpretation. These rules apply no matter what section of the Bible you may be reading at the time. But before we get to these rules, we need to establish which divisions are from God and which aren’t. While each book was Divinely breathed, the chapters and verses within each book were not added until around 1200 A.D. with the onset of the printing press. The exception is the Book of Psalms. Each chapter is a separate Psalm, each inspired by G … [Read more...]


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