Bible Study Fellowship

The more you develop Bible study fellowship with God around His Word, the more you'll know the "power out-flowing from His resurrection. You'll develop joy. You'll develop faith. You'll start developing God's own characteristics.

It is written...Act 2:42 And they continued steadfastly in the apostles' doctrine and fellowship, in the breaking of bread, and in prayers.

Just by fellow-shipping with Him. You'll begin to understand who you really are in Jesus.
Bible Study Fellowship

You may not know why He's leading you a certain way. You may not understand all the things involved. But God will make up for your ignorance by the Holy Spirit. He'll see to it that you have victory if you continue in what you know.

Seek Bible study forums for it's good to keep studying. It's good to keep learning. Search on line for free Bible study guides. But, remember, it's not the great revelation you haven't yet had that will cause you the most trouble. It's failing to walk in the ones God has already given you. So be faithful in those things. Continue in them day after day after day. Keep in touch with Bible websites. Look for Bible study lessons too. You'll make it through just fine!

Fellow-shipping around the study of the Bible is where it's at!

It is pure relationships.


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7596: NIV Daily Bible: In Chronological Order SoftcoverNIV Daily Bible: In Chronological Order Softcover
By F. LaGard Smith / Harvest House Publishers

Discover the Bible as the extraordinary epic it is! As the unique, chronological presentation of God's story daily unfolds before you, you'll begin to appreciate God's plan for your life as never before as the Bible will become a fresh, inviting, more informative experience. Find a chronological/historical arrangement of every book of the Bible, a Devotional Commentary, 365 convenient daily reading segments, and topical arrangements for Proverbs and Ecclesiastes. Bible is arranged in chronological order; daily readings are posted as January 1, January 2, etc.
  • Organized into 365 chronological readings
  • Narrative shaded in gray
  • Cross-references