Bible Study Helps
The Bible was written over the course of about 1500 years by 40 different inspired authors. Inasmuch, the concepts and contexts were addressing different cultures in different times than our current era. Additionally, the Bible was written in three languages: Hebrew, Aramaic and Greek over the course of it's authorship. There is no shame in admitting that the Bible can be hard to read and even harder to study due to the complexities of differing languages and contexts. Fortunately, you do not have to attend seminary or some other formal education to become fluent in reading and studying the Bible! There are multiple websites that offer FREE tools for both reading and studying the Bible. Within these websites, in addition to study tools and resources, one can also find reading plans specific to their individual needs and desires. It is our desire that all will read and study the Bible regularly since it was given to us by God as an instruction manual for life. Be like the church in Berea and search the scriptures daily (Acts 17:10-14). As always, we are here to answer questions or have discussions regarding any questions.
The first website below is Bible Gateway. You can navigate the site below without leaving our page or you can click this link https://www.biblegateway.com/ to access the Bible Gateway in a separate tab.
The next website, Blue Letter Bible, offers better tools and resources. It is recommended for use by the professors at seminary. As before, you can navigate the website below without leaving our page or you can click this link https://www.blueletterbible.org/ to access the Blue Letter Bible in a separate tab.
The final website is e-sword. Its similar to Blue Letter Bible. Once again, you can navigate the website without leaving our page below or you can click the link https://e-sword.net/ to access the e-sword in another tab.