The Bible is preoccupied with the Messiah and we must be as well.
Take a look, book by book, at the many things God's word says about God's words.
The diligent pursuit of wisdom will train us to act wisely and prepare us for difficulties in life.
Principles of interpretation are what stand behind your approach to a text.
Instead of hiding the most important truths on the highest intellectual shelves, God makes them accessible to spiritual toddlers.
By reading what God has done, we gain insights into the character of God.
Church members are told to read their Bibles but are seldom instructed how to do so.
As I think of Josiah, I am challenged by his humility and sensitivity to God’s Word.
Ask for God’s wisdom and strength and do your part in the lives of those you might influence.
It is not nostalgia that prompts me to read the Bible on paper; it is the expectation of encountering on every page the God who wrote it.
A fictitious first-person narrative imagining what it was like for the disciples on the road to Emmaus.
We need a script, a revelatory rehearsal for the crushing inevitability of life and death.
What advice would you give the Christian struggling with daily Bible reading?
The inherent divine, organic unity of the Bible demands that faithful interpreters of the Scriptures recognize the theological coherence of the entire biblical canon.
The parables Jesus tells in the four Gospels are peculiar kinds of stories that too many readers read very wrongly.
A banquet of Christ awaits us. Let’s not starve, but enjoy the feast!
Know the Scriptures and the power of God, and trust that God to reveal his beauty to those you are witnessing to.
Whether our physical Bible is coming apart or not, we should store up the word in our hearts.
Jesus Christ is the fountain from whom all blessings flow, and biblical theology is the scriptural map that helps guide us to this ever-flowing fountain.
We may not recall every Scripture we’ve read, but God sustains our trust in him as we choose to consistently feed on his Word.