Paul told Timothy how important it was to study the Bible:
"Watch your life and doctrine closely. Persevere in them, because if you do, you will save both yourself and your hearers." 1 Timothy 4:16 NIV
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Being able to study the Bible for yourself is foundational to growing and maturing in the Christian life. If we are relying on a once or twice a week sermon, we are slowly starving to death. We need to know how to feed ourselves from the Word of God.
"Many preachers preach to be popular, instead of preaching to change lives. Their sermons are 95 percent their own thoughts and 5 percent God's truth. And the average church member cannot tell the difference because he or she is Biblically illiterate!" Anne Graham Lotz
How To Feed Yourself is a totally FREE course. Step-by-step we show how to study the Bible. Weekly projects lead students into practical applications of what they are learning. These lessons are for teenagers - who will be making some of the most important decisions of lives - and busy adults who need the wisdom of God in their lives. Students need no special skills or knowledge. Just sign up and go through it one step at a time. Everyone can understand the Word of God. Don't miss this opportunity. You can sign up below and receive these lessons every week in your inbox.
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Being able to understand the Bible is not for an elite few, it is the honour of every Christian. After you have completed this core course, you may be interested in other courses to help you study the Bible.
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If you are enjoying this course and believe in what we are doing, you may wish to help us spread the word. [This is above Tithing which goes to the local church.] Any amount would be encouraging and helpful, but, of course, we don't want you to feel under any obligation - cheerful or not at all. God bless.