Growing Your Faith by Studying the Bible

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The Bible is God’s Word to us—a guidebook to keep us connected with our Father in Heaven and to help us navigate our lives.

The words in Scripture help us see God’s character and understand what He wants us to do in good times and in hard times. We cannot grow spiritually without learning and studying Scripture.

Studying the Bible means we are making an intentional effort to spend time reading, reflecting, and applying what we learn while we seek God’s direction, peace, and love.

This Growth Plan presents many methods and tools for studying the Bible. Try them all and stick with the ones that are most meaningful to you 

01 01

Why You Need to Study the Bible

It’s time to become passionate about studying the Word. It is only by studying this amazing, timely, living, applicable book that you can live the kind of life God wants for you.
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02 02

It’s an Important Christian Discipline

In the busyness of our lives, we sometimes let the important task of reading the Bible take a back seat to other priorities. But studying the Bible for yourself is such an important discipline for the Christian life.
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03 03

It's When You Hear from God

When we read and study the Bible, we open ourselves to hearing from God.
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04 04

It’s the Most Important Time of the Day

The more time you spend in the Living Word, the deeper you’ll go—you’ll hear from God in new and exciting ways you never thought possible.
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05 05

It’s How You Grow

If you find it difficult to concentrate when you are reading your Bible, this next suggestion will help!
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06 06

It’s How You Connect

Studying the Bible in a group gives you the opportunity for great discussion and deeper understanding as you share different perspectives and use the Word to encourage others.
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07 07

It’s About Being Consistent

When you study the Bible consistently, you will spend a lifetime growing in your relationship with God.
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