Bible Study - The Importance Of Learning God's Word
Added: (Sat Feb 24 2018)
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The entire Bible embodies the Word of God. In the Christian world, the Bible is regarded the most important book on the face of the planet, simply because it contains the teachings and wisdom of our Creator, God the Father. Every Christian knows the Bible. Some may have never read it and have no intention to-modern lifestyle doesn't exactly provide the privilege of free time-but at least they know what it's about and what it entails for their religion. The Bible is proof of our Christianity.The Bible has its detractors, sure, but what religion doesn't have its detractors? Hinduism has its enemies, Islam has its opponents. The same goes for Christianity and the Bible. What's important is that believers and followers aren't distracted from these naysayers.
But you got to admit, sometimes it becomes difficult to believe in something when so many people are saying bad things about it. It's like your heart is in one place and your mind is trying to pull you to another place. This is why it's important to involve oneself in Bible study. Studying the Bible does wonders, believe me.Why is it important to study the Bible?Studying of the Bible has many different benefits. For the average Christian, he or she can learn a great deal of things about Christianity and the world from God's point of view.It's easy to say "God created the universe in six days and rested on the seventh day." But have you considered what God had to go through when He discovered Adam and Eve had taken a bite of the forbidden fruit and had to cast them out of Eden, his own children that were created in His own likeness? Bible study helps us understand these things, the little things. In turn it allows us to appreciate our faith even more. No amount of detractors would be enough to topple the beliefs of a true Christian engaging in Bible study.
Another benefit of Bible studying is it brings us closer to other fellow Christians. Bible study can be done in private, sure, but it's much better when shared in a small group, preferably with people from your community. You get to share your faith and your beliefs and interpretations of certain Bible verses. It's a foolproof way to celebrate God's Words and strengthen bonds with your neighbors at the same time.So what are you waiting for? As a Christian, I suggest you join your local Bible study group as soon as possible. God wants you to.