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Receive powerful revelations from God’s Word that will equip you with what you need for every challenge! In this encouraging and faith-building sermon, learn important Bible study tips, like how to interpret the Word according to the old and new covenants, that will set you on the path of walking in God’s good promises for your life. Discover how rightly interpreting the Word and growing in the knowledge of Jesus causes you to receive God’s divine power and might to face every trial with endurance, patience, and joy!
It is through the Word that God is able to give you fresh, powerful, and personal revelations that are much more beneficial than gaining mere knowledge.
Matt. 16:15–18, 2 Tim. 2:15
We experience good success in all areas of life when we are more occupied with God’s Word than the circumstances or challenges around us.
Josh. 1:8, Deut. 17:18–20
It is important to understand Bible passages based on which covenant they fall under—the old covenant of the law or the new covenant of grace—so that we know which verses directly apply to us today.
Gal. 4:4–5, John 16:12–13, Matt. 10:5–6, Matt. 28:19–20, Luke 4:18–20, Isa. 61:1–2, Luke 4:18–20, Matt. 24:8–13
We are living in a time of God’s grace, not His vengeance. It is important for us to interpret the Word accurately and receive God’s grace.
Luke 9:54–56, 2 Kings 1, Matt. 11:23–24, Mark 16:17–18
When reading any passage of Scripture, it is crucial for us to consider its context—who it was written to and what comes before and after the passage.
1 Cor. 10:11, Phil. 2:12–13
God wants to strengthen us with all might, according to His power, that we may grow in patience, longsuffering, and joy!