What lessons can you learn from the Bible?

What lessons can you learn from the Bible?


It seems that today that less people actually read the bible. Many claim to not have as much leisure time as they used to.  You should consider the priorities in your life to make time to read God’s Word and to know Him. Is God first in your life? God should come before all things, including you, your husband or wife, mother or father, and even your children. As a matter of fact, you will find that verse-by-verse bible teaching is a great way to learn the bible and grow spiritually. Many people don’t know the many lessons can be learned from the big book. Within the scripture, you can find helpful information. The fact is, the Bible is more than a wonderful resource, so it is worth reading. Aren’t you a little bit curious? This is what everyone and anyone can learn from God’s Word.

It’s important to know the truth

Have you ever heard the saying “Then you will know the truth, and the truth will set you free”? Of course, you did. After all, you haven’t been living under a rock. The one who uttered these famous words wasn’t an ordinary individual, but the Christ himself. What Jesus wanted to say was that if you followed His teaching, you would know the truth  – The truth that only through Jesus can sin and death be conquered. The focus here is on change, but not just any change. The Savior is referring to the change that comes from within – a heart change.

You have to love others and die to self

When going through the pages of the Bible, you will see that there is a great deal of helpful information. One of the most important things that you’ll learn is that you have to esteem others more highly than yourself.  Be humble. Die to self.  This means that you don’t come first, but last.

Sacrifice doesn’t work as you think it does

Sacrifice is giving something up to demonstrate your love for God – Not to be seen by others.  One might ask themself, do I love this “thing” more than God? Sacrifice is a refining process for self-examination.

On the basis of the points mentioned above, it’s clear that the Bible is a must-read. Moreover, you should attend classes or seminars to perfect your learning.

Steve Volk