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Ever feel like it’s hard to read the Bible? Not sure where to start or whether you’re understanding it correctly? Join Joseph Prince as he shares keys to start reading and enjoying the benefits of God’s Word. Open the Bible with new eyes when you see how every portion of Scripture is meant to show you the person of Jesus and His grace. Discover also how to read both the Old and New Testaments accurately through the lens of the Lord’s finished work.
To be truly loved, you must allow yourself to be seen for who you really are. Jesus knows you inside out and He came to save you just as you are.
God, who is outside of time, is able to use His Word to speak to you in every season and situation
Deut. 8:7–9, Gen. 26:12, Gal. 3:29
God’s Word is meant for you to find nourishment and joy in. It is the only thing that can satisfy the hunger in your spirit.
Jer. 15:16, Judg. 6:11, Isa. 55:2, Neh. 8:10, Deut. 8:7–9
Just enjoy the parts of the Bible that you do understand and allow God to speak to you through them!
Experience effortless transformation from the inside out when you behold Jesus in every portion of Scripture.
Luke 24:25, 27, John 17:17, 2 Tim. 3:15, Luke 14:27, 2 Cor. 3:18
“Emmaus” means “hot baths,” which were used to heal skin conditions. This tells us that the two disciples who met Jesus on the road to Emmaus were going through a healing process. When you begin to see Jesus in the Word, you are being healed.
All Scripture was written as types and shadows that depict Jesus. When we see who Jesus is and what He has, we will see the benefits we have in Him.
Deut. 25:4, 1 Cor. 9:7–11; 1:30, Rom. 8:17
God has given you the Holy Spirit who teaches and guides you in your daily life.
1 Thess. 4:9
When you read about the law or events that happened in the Old Testament, do so in the light of God’s love. Be mindful that Jesus has fulfilled all the requirements of the law for you.
Ps. 136:4–7, Ps. 136:13–15, Mark 8:31–33, Luke 22:54–62, 2 Cor. 3:6–9, Rom. 5:17, Ps. 51:11, Heb. 13:5
Your part is simply to open the Bible and feed on God’s Word. God will unveil Jesus and transform you from glory to glory.
2 Cor. 3:13–18