The Bible “Why we need to attend Bible Studies.”
For centuries “The Holy Bible” has long been the standard for Christian practices, yet believers still disagree on how Scripture should be interpreted and applied. When readers fully understand the significant changes in Biblical studies and the new archeological findings, we may consider re-evaluating and refocusing our view of life in ancient Israel, which is a significant factor as the behavior and customs change from generation to generation they may still be practicing similar manners and customs as studies progress.
As discoveries are being made, the method of comparing the ancient near east and modern society will be a valuable addition in the process of moving from Scriptures to theology- as the Scripture says: “Ask, and it will be given to you; seek, and you will find; knock, and it will be opened to you. Everyone who asks will receive, and the one who seeks will find, and to the one who knocks, it will be opened.” (Matthew 7:7-8)
The beauty of bible studies is that we can connect, update, ask questions, and talk about the significant events of the past and compare them to today’s lifestyle. In addition, we can study why it was written, who the original audience was, when, and the situation at that time.
If we are not going outside the fence of fundamentalism, we might end up under the dome that will prevent us from repudiating the false teachings of others. It is hard or even impossible to challenge ambiguous teaching by professional preachers. Challenging them is writing with a pen on wet paper.
We Christians can fully evaluate the teachings that claim to be ‘biblical, both historical and scriptural. Let’s move beyond the Bible to Theology. It will empower our followers, students, hearers, or readers of our work so that they may utilize it to identify, analyze, and refine their understanding of the Doctrine towards their growth and improve as they advance from Bible knowledge to Theological knowledge and understanding.
It is profitable if all of us can teach and stand united with one belief, one teaching, and as one family of God. When Jesus Christ rules this earth, he said he would rule with us. What will Jesus Christ feel when his sacrifices are not in vain? We can assure you that will please the Father. We will be able to know it and feel it because God’s temple is us. Glory to God in the highest
Proverbs 3:5- (ESV)Trust in the Lord with all your heart, and do not lean on your understanding. In all your ways, acknowledge him, and he will direct your paths. Be not wise in your own eyes; fear the Lord, and turn away from evil.