BiblesNet.com
WWW.BIBLES NET. COM HOME PAGE Free Christian Resources on www.biblesnet.comBible studies on how to know and learn about the most important things of life.All Free ebooks and articles on Christian Living Today on www.biblesnet.com. Over 40 Miscellaneous Topics on Spiritual Growth and Christian Living click here Searching for God and answers to Life Site Map on www.biblesnet.com Contact Us for your prayer request, testimonies, feedback, bible questions  and requests for a free bible

Biblesnet.com your Online Bible Study with Tools & Resources for our daily lives.. Read / Apply / Pray / Do

 

Are You Curious or SEARCHING? Looking for ANSWERS?

GO HERE TO QUESTIONS GOD. COM.

Sign Up for our free Study Guides Here at our other site Questions God. Com.


 

 

OUR NEW SITE

Questions God

Are You CURIOUS OR SEARCHING? Looking for ANSWERS?
Check out our new site Questions God. Com.

Sign Up for our free Study Guides Here at our other site Questions God. Com.

Check out our new site for those looking for answers at Questions God. Com to Life's meaning, Life's Purpose, Life's Journey, and Life's Questions! Take a look here at www.questionsgod.com.

Join us here for our 21 day Study Guides for those curious, searching, or growing in their relationship with God here at www.questionsgod.com/studyguides.com. "A Safe place to explore questions about life or God", and connect with us with any questions you have here.

WORSHIP

A Brief Instruction in the Worship of God by John Owen click here

Congregational Worship by A. J. Gordon click here
(Worship, Responsive Reading, Congregational Singing, The Worship of Giving)

Putting an End to Worship Wars by Elmer Towns click here

The Hymns of Martin Luther by Martin Luther click here

Family Worship click here

Free Worship Songs and Hymns in MP3
Audio in public domain click here


Christian Inspirational Hymns and Songs
Good-music.org click here

Worship / Songs / Worship / Christian Songs
www.letgodbetrue.com/ click here

_____________________________________________________________________

How to Do a Bible Study.

Read Slowly read the passage listed. The passages are relatively short, so take time to consider each phrase. If you do not understand something, you might refer to your Bible's study notes.

Apply Ponder the brief interpretation in light of the passage. What is the biblical writer trying to say? What is the main point? Using the thought-provoking questions, seek the Spirit's guidance
regarding your own response to the passage. These are not quick fill-in-the-blank questions; they are intended to cause you to slow down and meditate on the truth God is teaching you. How does the biblical teaching apply to your life? Where do you need to grow or change? How has Christ already changed you?

Pray for a genuinely transformed life enabled to live as Christ lived. You might use this time to pray for other issues as well. Praise Christ for his goodness.

Do Daily suggestions that help drive the message in practical ways deep into your heart and life.

_____________________________________________________________

Welcome to www.biblesnet.com. We have 1000's of Christian Resources which will help you to Know God better, Love Jesus Christ more, and Glorify Him in practical ways. It is my prayer that, as you read, your heart will be stirred and challenged by these FREE Articles, eBooks and Sermons and Topics. God bless you. Brian. Read / Apply / Pray / Do
or Back to Home Page click here or Back to Top click here

Questions on how to download click here or Adobe Reader free downloadGet Adobe Reader Here

_____________________________________________________________________

A Bible Reading Method You Can Use
The following is a bible reading method . It is very simple: Pray, Read, Think, Pray.

Pray:
Ask God to open up His Word to you. "Lord open my eyes that I may see wonders from your Word".

Read:
Read a short passage of Scripture about ten to fifteen verses or a chapter. Start with the New Testament first and read it in order from Matthew to Revelation.

Think:
Think about what you have just read and ask some of the following questions:

  1. What does the passage say about God? What does it say about the Father, about the Son and about the Holy Spirit?
  2. What does the passage say about life? Does it teach some important principles? Is there a command to obey, a warning to heed, some wise advice for living?
  3. What does the passage say about your daily situation? Is there something you should be doing? Does it shed light on your professional life, family life or church participation?
  4. Has Jesus spoken to you in a special way through the Bible today? If so what did He say to you?

Pray:
Write out a prayer to God based on what you have learned from your Bible reading. Something like "Lord help me to love my neighbor as myself." or whatever lesson you have learned that day.


Where To Start

Where should you start when reading the Scriptures? With the material about Jesus. That is the New Testament and especially the gospels. Here is my suggested order for reading the whole Bible. It will take about three years to finish if you read one chapter per day and one year to finish if you read 3 or 4 chapters a day.

  1. Read the New Testament in order, starting with Matthew and going book by book until you reach the last chapter of Revelation. This will give you a good idea bout Jesus, the Church and Christian living.
  2. Then go back to the beginning of the Bible and read Genesis, Exodus and Deuteronomy which tells you how things began and God's order for Creation, mankind and society.
  3. The read the Psalms in order from 1 to 50 then take a break (there are 150 of them).
  4. Read Isaiah 40-66, Daniel, Amos, Hosea, Jonah, Haggai, Zechariah, Lamentations and Malachi which should help you grasp the prophets.
  5. Then read Proverbs, Ecclesiastes, Job, and Song of Solomon - known as the Wisdom Literature.
  6. Joshua , Judges, Ruth, 1 & 2 Samuel, 1& 2 Kings, 1& 2 Chronicles - this will give you a good grasp of the history of Israel.
  7. Then go back and read the New Testament from start to finish all over again.
  8. Then go back and read another 50 Psalms (51-100).
  9. Then tackle the Old Testament laws in Leviticus and Numbers.
  10. More prophets - Ezekiel, Isaiah 1-39, Jeremiah these are the "major prophets."
  11. Finish with some less known books Ezra, Nehemiah, Esther, Joel, Obadiah, Micah, Nahum, Habakkuk, & Zephaniah.
  12. Then finish the last 50 Psalms (101-150).

___________________________________________________________________

Welcome to www.biblesnet.com. We have 1000's of Christian Resources which will help you to Know God better, Love Jesus Christ more, and Glorify Him in practical ways. It is my prayer that, as you read, your heart will be stirred and challenged by these FREE Articles, eBooks and Sermons and Topics. God bless you. Brian. Read / Apply / Pray / Do
or Back to Home Page click here or Back to Top click here

All our resources are from individual authors of different religious backgrounds and beliefs, as a diligent student of the Bible, you will want to make sure the Bible really says what each study on this site or any site says.  Always remember to prove all things with God's word - as the Bereans did, according to Acts 17:11.  They "received the word with great eagerness, examining the Scriptures daily, to see whether these things were so."

WWW.BIBLES NET. COM HOME PAGEFree Christian Resources on www.biblesnet.comAll Free ebooks and articles on Christian Living Today on www.biblesnet.com.Over 40 Miscellaneous Topics on Spiritual Growth and Christian Living  click hereFor those that are searching for AnswersSite Map on www.biblesnet.com Contact Us for your prayer request, testimonies, feedback, bible questions  and requests for a free bible.
Terms of Use | Privacy Policy | Copyright |
Copyright 2008 © Biblesnet.com.