Do you ever feel overwhelmed by the Bible? Do you ever wonder where to start? Do you ever feel like a Bible study is too complicated, long, or in-depth? Do you ever want to simply pick up the Bible, read a passage, and engage with God in a personal way?
If so…read on…
First off, if you’ve been around here for long, you know I’m a huge fan of in-depth study. After all, I created an entire course walking people through how to study the Bible. (You can check out Relational Bible Study™ if you’re interested.) Not only that, but I created the BibleLife Community™ specifically so I could walk side-by-side with people as they develop a deeper love for God through His Word.
I love deep, thorough Bible study.
But not every day. Sometimes we just want to look at one passage – not a whole book. Sometimes we want to reread what our pastor was preaching on last week. Sometimes we just want to pick up the Bible, open it up, and see what God has in store.
Yes…sometimes we need simple. This post is for those “simple” days.
The simplest way to study any Bible passage is to read it – and then ask these four questions: