Cliff Notes: The Lost Art of Bible Study In the Church (Part 2)

This is an excellent post on the importance of dedicating time to study the Word.

Enjoy!

Samaritan's Song

“Some is better than none at all.”

I’m pretty sure my dad feels this way about pizza.  After having a quintuple bypass five years ago, he dutifully made the change to a heart-healthy diet – and that meant sacrificing the anything-goes pizza he used to have for a few meager slices of the healthiest kind available.  A sacrifice?  Sure.  But he doesn’t mind – he’s just glad he still gets to have pizza at all, even if it’s not quite the same.

I imagine that some Christians take the same attitude with Bible study.  Strapped for time and desperate to feel close to God, they swap out time with the Word for a ten-minute devotional, a chapter of a Philip Yancey book, or the latest study guide written for their small group.  Some time with God is better than none at all, they reason, and anyway, there are Bible verses

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5 thoughts on “Cliff Notes: The Lost Art of Bible Study In the Church (Part 2)

  1. Thomas Dohling September 18, 2015 / 09:18

    We always have a 45-50 minute of corporate Bible Study Sunday mornings. There’s nothing more satisfying than feeding on God’s word.

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    • Elihu September 18, 2015 / 09:44

      That is awesome! It’s so important to make daily time for the Word.

      May The Lord bless you in your study.

      Like

  2. Thomas Dohling September 18, 2015 / 09:20

    Sunday Morning sermons are another 50-60 minutes of extra meals!

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    • Elihu September 18, 2015 / 16:28

      My pleasure!

      You’ve got a great writing style combined with wise insights.

      Like

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