Our hearts and minds must be transformed. Transformation begins as God’s Spirit gives us belief in the truth of God’s Word, and as we then intentionally seek to know what the Bible says (and means) so that we can obey and honor our Lord.
But as we seek to know what the Bible says (and means), at our fingertips are myriads of daily Bible study helps. It can be confusing, with so many different internet offerings, to filter through and find the ones that are theologically sound and eternally beneficial.
I don’t get to read it everyday, but when I do I’m invariably thankful. Here’s the link: click to sign up and have the short teaching devotionals sent to your email inbox. Right now, the daily Bible studies are working through the Biblical prophecies which proclaim, and are fulfilled, in Jesus.
Join me in this intentional study of God’s truth? If you do, and as we learn, one reminder to us all: let’s remember this post and not just store up Biblical knowledge for knowledge’s sake. We must only gain knowledge so that we’ll know God, and be transformed from darkness into light. We want to learn so that we might see Jesus in all His beauty, and bow in wonder and obedience before Him.
For no inbox study tool is valuable unless it creates within us admiration for, and desire to honor and obey, Jesus.