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Studying God’s word

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We all learn something new by studying a lot or just a little about something that we are interested in. We all learn by someone teaching us, but it is nothing like studying to show thyself approve of God’s word. So you can know God for yourself. The bible teaches us in 2 Timothy 2:15 to study to show thyself approved unto God, a workman that needed not to be ashamed, rightly dividing the word. It is so exciting for a collage student to pass a test when they know that they have studied all night for the test. When collage students pass a test they want to help their friends pass the test too. So they talk to them and tell them how important it is to study. The same way they studied and encouraged their friends, you should too. by studying God’s word And applying it to your life as well as telling other’s about his word and how important it is to HAVE A RELATIONSHIP WITH HIM. This way when you are telling someone about God you are not JUST TELLING THEM WHAT YOU HEARD…YOU WILL BE TELLING THEM WHAT YOU KNOW BECAUSE YOU HAVE A TRUE UNDERSTANDING OF HIS WORD. Yes it may be hard at times to focus, to understand it, to take time out to do it, and just merely getting an understanding of exactly what God is saying to you in his word. But if you seek Him and pray while you study, God will guide and help you through your time of studying. setting a time to study each day helps as well as using a commentary book of the bible…

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