New Year, New Bible Reading Plans
Last year, many of you said you wanted more Bible reading plans to choose from on BibleStudyTools.com. Well... done!
Doctrine is Practical
The distinction between doctrinal and practical truth is artificial; doctrine is practical! In fact, nothing is more practical than sound doctrine.
Great Cities of the Bible - Bethlehem
Bethlehem will always be remembered as the birthplace of Jesus. But Mary felt the pain of Rachel and the devotion of Ruth from many years before.
God Has Made Himself Known
We are dependent completely on God’s kindness and goodness to make himself known to us, and for this we ought to be grateful every day of our lives.
The idea that the Bible can teach anything we want it to is not true if we approach the Scriptures humbly, trying to hear what the Bible says for itself.
How to Trace the Fire of the Holy Spirit
Journal to track your spiritual journey. It is a means to "trace the fire of the Holy Spirit" in your life and the life of your church.
A Plea to Use the Bible Every Day
We must be able to go to the bible to find practical help in our every day lives because if we do not, we will make major decisions without reference to God.
L-I-G-H-T-S to the Word of God
Learn how to make the most of your time spent studying the Word of God.
Studying the Bible: The Future and Prophetic Scenarios
The best way to "keep watch" as Jesus commanded is to know what God has revealed and to attempt a biblical understanding of events. Just bear in mind that not all end-times opinions are facts.
God never intended for His Word to be a tidy, hands-off package.
One of the Most Important Principles in Reading the Bible
Sometimes we conclude certain actions guarantee that God will respond to bless us. That is not right.
Reach into Your Time Pockets for Bible Study
Learn how to fit Bible study into your busy life.
The Bible not only forms the foundation of an effective prayer life, but it is foundational to every other aspect of Christian living.
The Single Life: Bible Study, Solo Style
If you choose to study the Bible alone, you get to make all the decisions. What to study, when, where, even why is up to you. The first—and probably the biggest—decision is what to study. Pray for guidance, then consider this: do you want to go with a teacher, a topic, or a territory?
People of the Book?
I’ve been around enough, seen enough, and talked to enough people to want to ask the question: Are Christians really a people of the Book?
Is the Bible Reliable for Truth about Jesus Christ?
Why should anyone believe that what the Bible has to say is true? Isn’t the belief in the historicity of biblical texts similar to faith that Zeus reigned from Mount Olympus?
Do We Believe the Whole Gospel?
Unbelief. This one word expresses the judgment Emil Brunner, the Swiss “crisis theologian,” used to describe nineteenth-century liberal theology.
11 Tips for Studying the Bible at the Dinner Table
Some months ago we started a new tradition at the Driscoll dining table that has been a blessing...
Finding Time for God: A Young Mother's Story
When I think of other young mothers with many more children and much more on their plates who manage to study the Bible and spend quality time with God, I wonder, is there something wrong with me?
Letting the Bible Transform Your Church
The Bible can transform our lives. It also can transform your church.