Most of the time, the posts I write are about helping you enjoy the Bible, get more out of it, understand it better, or pass it on to your kids, students, co-workers or neighbors. This episode will help you in many of those areas, but from a slightly different angle than you might expect.
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So often, we look at Bible study tips and instantly think about our own, personal, before-the-world-wakes-up quiet time. In a word, we picture ourselves alone.
And while I’m certainly a fan of time alone with God (see Episode #10 if you want to know more), we are missing out on four huge benefits if we don’t spend some time reading and unpacking the Bible with other people. These aren’t nice-little-add-on benefits. These are your-life-won’t-be-as-rich-without-them benefits.