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Bible Study

New Testament

Old Testament

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Why use Faith Explored Bible Studies?

Faith Explored Bible Studies provide study materials that equip small groups and individuals so that they can study the Bible confidently and apply it to their lives in practical ways.  Each study includes:

  • Thought-provoking questions that challenge us to apply the Word of God to our lives today.

  • Just enough background commentary to guide us through the passages that might be confusing.

  • Challenging reflections that ask us to take Jesus seriously and give our lives fully to Him.

Why study the Bible?

The Word of God is "living and active" (Hebrew 4:12)

When we read the Bible, the word of God comes alive in our hearts.  It is not a dead letter from the past, but God’s timeless message for us today.

 

When we study the Bible, God does amazing things in us.  He comforts, encourages, teaches, challenges, and empowers us.  The Word of God fills us with the love of our Father and Creator, transforms us to live like Jesus, and opens our hearts to be filled with the Holy Spirit.

The Word of God is “a light to my path” (Psalm 119:105)

God’s Word shows us the way to live in this world.  We face so many challenges in our desire to live lives that honor God.  The Word of God shines a light that illuminates the way.  It shows us how to deal with the challenges in our lives, how to think like Jesus, and how to be a follower of Jesus in every aspect of our lives.

 

If you want to learn more about what God is saying to us and how to apply God’s Word to our lives today, pick a book of the Bible and dive in!

We have a variety of tips and techniques for leaders that can help your small-group Bible Study explore the Bible deeply and function well.  See our small group leadership training materials here: Leading a Small-Group Bible Study.

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