How to Read the Bible

How to read the Bible

How to Read the Bible
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Be for you first open your bible, you should pray to god and talk about how you will use his teachings in your own life.

Be for you first open your bible, you should pray to god and talk about how you will use his teachings in your own life.

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never read the Bible trying to prove your belief on any subject.  It is only OK to take ideas out of context and to help formulate new ideas about the world.

never read the Bible trying to prove your belief on any subject. It is only OK to take ideas out of context and to help formulate new ideas about the world.

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When you are reading and come across something that does not make sense, reread the paragraph or chapter again.  If you still do not understand, write down part that doesn't make sense and discuss it.

When you are reading and come across something that does not make sense, reread the paragraph or chapter again. If you still do not understand, write down part that doesn't make sense and discuss it.

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Using the contents page

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Don't think of the bible as a book, think of it as a library.

Don't think of the bible as a book, think of it as a library.

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Using the contents page to find verses chapters and books in the bible

Using the contents page to find verses chapters and books in the bible

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Looking at different types of books and how to find out what type they are.

Looking at different types of books and how to find out what type they are.

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Map of Canaan

Map of Canaan

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The significance of Canaan

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It took almost 400 years for this promise to be fully reached as the Isrealites were lead by Moses out of slavery in Egypt.

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God keeps his promises, and it reminds the Isrealites that they should also be keeping theirs. Although they turn away from God time and time again, God remains true to His word.

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Finn Craig 7 McMahon

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