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Do Your Own Study

by Bryant Evans on May 31, 2014

Many lament the fact that people do not study their Bibles like they once did. Instead, belief is often formed by what is said in the pulpit or by something in the inspirational book du jour. I have warned for years that people must never trust their preacher. True enough, I said it tongue in […]

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Growing in Christ

by Bryant Evans on June 23, 2013

In one sense, it is impossible for finite man to know everything about the infinite God. It is just not possible for us to comprehend the glory of God. But thankfully, he has revealed to us much of his nature and character. He has also given us of his knowledge concerning mankind, sin and redemption. […]

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The Importance of Prayer with Bible Study

by Bryant Evans on May 5, 2013

Prayer is a vital moment in the life of every Christian. The importance of prayer cannot be overstated. It is just too important. Christians who do not prayer fervently do not receive the full measure of God’s power in their lives. Jesus, God himself, prayed often and set an example for us. Despite its importance […]

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4 More Ways for Better Bible Study

by Bryant Evans on May 1, 2013

Yesterday, we offered some suggestions to help establish good Bible study practices. Today we offer four more suggestions for your growth. 1. Begin a Good Christian Home Library for Better Bible Study Begin now to acquire dependable resources for your study. Many books can be found very inexpensively online but can help deepen your studies.A […]

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4 Ways to Better Bible Study

by Bryant Evans on April 30, 2013

We talk much about personal Bible study but we probably don’t give enough suggestions as to how to do good personal Bible study. Maybe this will help change that. There is no study that you can do, no academic endeavor more important than studying your Bible. No matter your career, there is nothing more vital […]

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