How Does One Discover Truth from Scripture?
I wrote this book because for many years I studied the Bible incorrectly, and it produced death rather than life. The Bible calls this the ministry of death, rather than the ministry of righteousness (2 Cor. 3:6-9).
I came out of Bible College just like the Apostle Paul, attacking those who disagreed with my theology. Once I learned to hear God’s voice, I let God lead me to Scriptures, and I let God reveal Scriptures to my heart, and I experienced what the disciples experienced, my heart burning within as Jesus opened up Scriptures for me (Luke. 24:32).
Verses were leaping off the page, revelation was flashing, and I discovered this could happen every single day, every time I opened the Bible, or any book for that matter. God knows a lot about a lot of topics and He is able to grant revelation in every area I read, if I approach the book with the proper heart attitude.
Wow! What an insight. Now you can receive revelation knowledge in each and every area, all the time, simply by allowing the Holy Spirit to be part of the learning process.
So now I want to teach you this process.
I want verses leaping off the page every time you read the Bible or any other book. So read on and discover how to posture your heart and mind properly so this wonderful miracle of divine encounter happens for you every single day for the rest of your life. And do your friends a favor. Share these wonderful, simple truths with them also. Thank you!
We will answer the following questions.
- Is there a difference between Biblical meditation and western study?
- Where do inductive Bible study methods fit into Biblical meditation?
- If I approach the Bible the way God intended, will it produce spirit and life (Jn. 6:63; 2 Cor. 3:8-9)?
- If I approach the Bible without the Spirit, will it produce the “ministry of condemnation and death (2 Cor. 3:7-9)?
- What principle allows the New Testament writers to apply Old Testament verses out of context? Am I allowed to use this same principle with both Old and New Testament verses?
- Are the verses REALLY true: “It is the Spirit who gives life; the flesh profits nothing (Jn. 6:63 NASB), and “Man’s thoughts are not God’s thoughts”? Does that mean that Bible study which is done in my strength and with the straining of my mind is what Paul called dung (Phil. 3:1-10)?
- Does the Bible really say that meditation on God’s laws results in making my way prosperous and successful?
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