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Bible Studies

There is nothing more important that spending time in God's Word! Here are some Bible studies that enable you to spend quality time looking up answers in your own Bible. They are divided into 3 catagories, and we suggest that you take them all in order. May God richly bless you as you spend this important time with Him!!!

The Science of Salvation

"The Bible is God's great lesson book, His great educator. The foundation of all
true science is containted in the Bible. Every branch of knowledge may be found by searching the Word of God. And above all else it contains the science of all
sciences, the science of salvation. The Bible is the mine of the unsearchable riches
of Christ. --  The true higher education is gined by studying and obeying the Word of God. But when God's Word is laid aside for books that do not lead to God and the kingdom of heaven, the education acquired is a perversion of the name. --  By many, man's wisdom is thought to be higher than the wisdom of the Divine Teacher, and God's lesson Book is looked upon as old-fashioned, stale, and
uninteresting. But by those who have been vivified by the Holy Spirit, it is not so
regarded. They see the priceless treasure, and would sell all to buy the field that
contains it. Instead of books containing the suppositions of reputedly great
authors, they choose the Word of Him, who is the greatest Author and the greatest Teacher the world has ever known, who gave His life for us, that through Him, we might have everlasting life." -- Christ's Object Lessons p. 107

Doctrines and Issues

The principle for which the disciples stood so fearlessly when, in answer to the command not to speak any more in the name of Jesus, they declared, "Whether it be right in the sight of God to hearken unto you more than unto God, judge ye," [ACTS 4:19] is the same that the adherents of the gospel struggle to maintain in
the days of the Reformation. When in 1529 the German princes assembled at the Diet of Spires, there was presented the emperor's decree restricting religious liberty, and prohibiting all further dissemination of the reformed doctrines. It  seemed that the hope of the world was about to be crushed out. Would the princes accept the decree? Should the light of the gospel be shut out from the multitudes still in darkness? Mighty issues for the world were at stake. Those who had accepted the reformed faith met together, and their unanimous decision was, "Let us reject this decree. In matters of conscience the majority has no power."
[D'AUBIGNE: "HISTORY OF THE REFORMATION," BOOK 13, CHAPTER 5.]

Understanding Bible Prophecy

Many ministers and people declare that the prophecies of Daniel and the Revelation are incomprehensible mysteries. But Christ directed His disciples to the words of the prophet Daniel concerning events to take place in their time, and said: "Whoso readeth, let him understand." Matthew 24:15. And the assertion that the Revelation is a mystery, not to be understood, is contradicted by the very title of the book: "The Revelation of Jesus Christ, which God gave unto Him, to show unto His servants things which must shortly come to pass. . . . Blessed is he that readeth, and they that hear the words of this prophecy, and keep those things which are written therein: for the time is at hand." Revelation 1:1-3.