How to Use a Bible

How to Use a Bible
Author Unknown

When in sorrow, read John 14.

When men fail you, read Psalm 27.

When you have sinned, read Psalm 51.

When you worry, read Matthew 6:19-34.

When you are in danger, read Psalm 91.

If you have the blues, read Psalm 34.

When God seems far away, read Psalm 139.

If you are discouraged, read Isaiah 40.

If you are lonely or fearful, read Psalm 23.

If you feel down and out, read Romans 8:39.

When you want courage for your task, read Joshua 1.

When the world seems bigger than God, read Psalm 90.

When you want rest and peace, read Matthew 11: 25-30

When leaving home for labor and travel, read Psalm 121, 107:23, 31.

If you get bitter or critical, read 1st Corinthians 13.

If thinking of investments and returns, read Mark 10: 17-31.

For a great invitation, a great opportunity, read Isaiah 55.

This article “How to Use the Bible” by an Unknown Author is from: GuideOne Insurance. Used by permission. It may be used for study & research purposes only.

This article may not be written by an Apostolic author, but it contains many excellent principles and concepts that can be adapted to most churches. As the old saying goes “Eat the meat. Throw away the bones.”

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