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How to read the Bible in three ways

Three ways to read the Bible

There is no correct or better way to read the Bible. It is God’s words and can speak in ways we may not expect. However, it should always be read in context and with the guidance of the Holy Spirit, who will illuminate it.

1. STOP is the acronym that you can use as parameters:

  • S (Situation) – What is the situation, and who is it speaking to so you know why it was written? (Answers the why?)
  • T (Type of Literature) – Is it poetry, law, prophecy, or storytelling so you will know to whom it should apply? (Answer to whom?)
  • O (Objective) – What’s the objective of the writer? What does he want to accomplish? (What you need to know)
  • P (Purpose) – What’s the purpose, why is he writing it? (Why you need to know)

PROOF THAT THE BIBLE COMES FROM GOD.

2. Start from Genesis and end with Revelations

The most systematic way to read the Bible as a daily “spiritual discipline” is to start with the first book. From Genesis to Revelation will ensure a comprehensive and systematic understanding of the “historical Bible” using literary context, genres, and overarching themes.

ARCHEOLOGICAL EVIDENCE OF THE BIBLE.

3. Focus on the Book of John

For a focused and in-depth understanding of who Jesus is, you can prioritize the Book of John. It is considered the complete narrative about Jesus among the four synoptic gospels.

The most important teachings of Jesus can be found in the Book of John. It is also in this book that we can touch on the majesty, glory, power, and what He did for us.

THE BEST BIBLE TRANSLATION.

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