5 Tips For A Meaningful Bible Study

A meaningful Bible study is an essential part of the Christian’s life. After all, God gave his Word to use as the principal means of knowing him and understanding his work throughout history. Studying God’s Word is the primary way to draw closer to him and to know how to worship him rightly. 

Museum of the Bible in Washington, D.C.

Review of the Museum of the Bible. A 430,000-square-foot museum dedicated to the “history, narrative, and impact of the Bible”. It is stuffed with historical artifacts, enhanced by professional multimedia presentations and superbly designed.

Perspicuity The Clarity of Scripture

With some effort and the support of other people and tools, those who desire to understand the Bible can do so. Let us consider the doctrine of perspicuity, the theological term for the clarity of Scripture.

Am I A Good Person

If you asked the average person on the street, “Are you a good person?” Most of us would say, “Yes, I am a good person.” We naturally tend to think of ourselves as good. But, what does the Bible say?

5 Things to Know about Inerrancy of the Bible

The doctrine of inerrancy is a subcategory of the doctrine of Scripture. This key area of theology describes the Bible as being without error. This means there is nothing in the Bible that is untrue or contrary to fact. The entirety of Scripture is trustworthy in everything it says and teaches.

Blessed are the Poor in Spirit

What does it mean to be poor in spirit, and why does Jesus start here? To be poor in spirit is really the beginning of what it means to enter God’s kingdom. Being poor in spirit is the starting point of following Christ.

Imputation Counted Righteous

Let’s briefly consider what the doctrine of imputation is and why it is important for the Christian to understand. “Imputation” means that something is credited to, counted as, or considered as belonging to someone else.

Why Are We Here

Why are we here? This question troubles many people. Maybe, they just experienced the death of a loved one. Or, someone might ask this question when they see an amazing sunset or a night sky full of stars and feel their smallness.

5 More Tips for a Meaningful Bible Study

We at the KJV Bibles Team believe the Bible is the inspired, inerrant Word of God. God gave us this revelation, sufficient and complete so that we might know Him, and learn about who He is and all that He has done. And so, studying the Bible is crucial for the Christian life. 

blessed are they that mourn

In the Sermon on the Mount in Matthew 5-7, Jesus gave his followers the norms for living in His Kingdom. Blessed are they that mourn: for they shall be comforted, is the second of the Beatitudes.

Immutability God Doesn’t Change

Immutability is a biblical doctrine which means God does not change. He is perfect in all His attributes and in His counsel (His plan throughout history; or his decreed will). God’s perfection means that He cannot become any better or any worse.

King James Version Bible History

The commissioning of the KJV Bible took place in 1604. King James appointed the nation’s finest language scholars and approved rules for carefully checking results. The translation was done by forty-seven scholars lasting seven years.

Blessed Are The Meek

Today, we look at the third Beatitude, found in the Sermon on the Mount in Matthew 5–7. Jesus said, “Blessed are the meek.” Have you ever known someone you would consider “meek”? Do they inspire you to emulate them? Or, do you think they’re weak? Do you ever think of them as blessed?

one god, only one god, bible, theology

Is there only one God? People have asked this question throughout the ages. What does the Bible say? Psalm 19:1 says, “The heavens declare the glory of God; and the firmament sheweth his handywork.” In other words, when you look at creation, it is obvious that there is a Creator.

psalm 119 bible scripture verse

Psalm 119. It’s like a trumpet blast proclaiming the virtues of God’s Word. It’s a spotlight pointed directly at you, with someone on a bullhorn shouting, “Look over here. You’ve gotta know about this!” Psalm 119 is the longest chapter in the Bible. It is all about the greatness of God’s Word.