Book: 7 Simple Steps to Reading, Studying, and Understanding the Bible by Chris Dillercategories: Book, Understand the Bible, Reading the Bible, Christian, Studying the Bible, Prayer Bible Reading, Learn the Bible, Bible Study
Chris Dillerabout this book: Have you ever asked yourself after reading the Bible, "What did all that mean?" Do you sometimes get bored reading your Bible? Or do you find yourself not motivated to read your Bible because you do not understand it?
Well, you are not alone. Many followers of Jesus have a hard time understanding the Word of God. But it is not as difficult as you may think.
My reason for writing this book is to provide a quick resource so that Christians could follow a few simple steps, gain a greater understanding of the Scriptures, and in turn have a closer more intimate walk with the Lord.
In this book, you will learn 7 steps to take to begin your journey of understanding the Bible. Each step is quick, and the only items you will need in addition to the Bible is a pencil and a notebook. You do not need to get out Word Studies, Concordances and do not even think about getting out a commentary.
I personally believe that God speaks to us directly from His Word and many times we can distort His message by getting 5 different commentary opinions. So if you are ready to learn the Bible in about 30 minutes a day and hear the message that God has for you each day then seriously take a closer look at my book.
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