Principles for the Christian Life: Bible Study Edition by Robert M. Gullberg

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ISBN: 9781543906462
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Why compile a book like this? Quite simple. To educate the Christian with a "bottom line" format. Hosea 4:6 says, "My people are destroyed by a lack of knowledge." In Colossians 1:10, Paul prayed that the Colossians would "live a life worthy of the Lord and please Him in every way, bearing fruit in every good work, growing in knowledge of the Lord, being strengthened with all power according to His glorious might so that they would have great endurance and patience…" These two verses, as examples, tell it like it is! Knowledge is the key ingredient to wisdom. However, knowledge alone is almost a waste. But wisdom results from both knowledge AND experience. The Christian life must be lived and experienced. Then with proper knowledge, we can guide our hearts for transformation. This book covers the information that Christians need to know. After each section, it asks insightful questions that will stimulate much needed discussion on the topic. It encourages more in depth Bible Study. The Bible contains the information that lead us to the life that God wants us to live by his Spirit. The sad thing is this. Many of our Bibles are gathering dust on a shelf somewhere in our homes! Little do we know the "pearls of truth" that lie at our fingertips. Sometimes we are too busy reading some Christian book about the Bible. One of our goals as Christians should be to "grow in the knowledge of the Lord," using the Bible as our prime, light-giving source. We have no excuses. For any situation in life, we should be asking, "What does the Bible (and therefore, the Lord) say about it?" The Bible itself contains the answers to all of life's tough questions. I see these sometimes difficult questions asked everyday by all of us. Unfortunately, if we are studying at all, the study tends to be focused on a well-intentioned book "about" the Bible and not the Bible itself! I am not a pastor, nor a seminarian. I am not a full time church worker. However,


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