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Poor Interpretation Lets Us “Believe” the Bible While Denying What It Actually Says

“In order to delight and meditate on the law of the Lord, we must understand correctly what Scripture actually says,” says Randy Alcorn.

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Proverbs: A Mini-Guide to Life

“Proverbs 3 provides a mini-guide to living a faithful life,” says Tim Keller. There are five things that comprise a wise, godly life and they function both as means to becoming wise and godly as well as signs that you are growing into such a life.

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Leaving a Godly Legacy

A good workman knows that it takes time to build a home that will last for decades. He skillfully lays the groundwork and refuses to cut corners as he pieces together a solid frame. In the same way, we need to build a spiritual foundation in the next generation. In Psalm 127, God’s Word gives us three word pictures that help us know how to build families that have a heart for God.

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Dead Sea Scroll Caves

In a story that begins in 1947 with a shepherd boy tossing rocks into a cave, Dr. Bruce Fong writes about the significance of the discovery of the Dead Sea Scrolls and how they validate the accuracy of Bible translations used in modern times.

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An Epic Battle of Faith

Trust is an epic battle in the minds of most believers. It’s a brutal battle that goes way back to the first temptation that introduced us to all of our burdens in the first place. If we’re ever going to get to a place of trusting God—the kind of trust that allows us to experience deep-rooted peace—then we’ll have to contend for it.

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The Parable of Parables: What Kind of Soil Are You?

One day, a great crowd gathered, and Jesus began to teach using a method that was common for Him. He told a parable, an earthly story with a heavenly meaning. This parable, in Luke 8:4-9, is a seemingly simple story of the seed, the soil, and the sower.

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The Living Word and the Written Word

The living Word—Jesus Christ—used the written Word to fight temptation. Jesus set the pattern for us. He is our example of what our defense should be in times of temptation: the Bible. Let’s become people of the Book and take seriously Psalm 119:11, “I have hidden your word in my heart that I might not sin against you.”

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God’s Game of Hide-and-Speak

We might think that when God speaks, the next thing we experience is the fulfillment of what He said. Not only should we expect a long wait; sometimes we will experience complete contradictions.

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5 Words for Bible Lovers to Know: Preservation

This is the last in a series on 5 words every Bible lover should know. The fifth word is “preservation,” how God has protected His Word from error, from extinction, and from exclusivity. The Bible has stood the test of time, and it will live on, long after we are gone from this life.

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