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Free Bible studies
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How often do you read the Bible?

  • I have never read it
  • I read through it once
  • I read through it a few times a year
  • I ready it at least monthly
  • I read it ALL THE TIME!
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Favorite Bible translation

What is your favorite Bible translation?

  • KJV (King James)
  • NIV (New International)
  • NASB (New American Standard)
  • ASV 1901
  • RSV (Revised Standard)
  • A paraphrase
  • Other
  • I don't know
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Free Bible study

There are many free Bible studies available via the Internet, and one of these free Bible courses is located at http://www.lordletmegrow.com. This free Bible study course covers all the following topics:

Lesson 1: How We Got Our Bible
Lesson 2: Rightly Dividing the Word
Lesson 3: The Creation and Fall of Man
Lesson 4: The Patriarchs
Lesson 5: The Wilderness Wanderings
Lesson 6: The Conquest of Canaan
Lesson 7: The United Kingdom
Lesson 8: The Divided Kingdom
Lesson 9: The Poets and Prophets
Lesson 10: Jesus Christ - His Birth and Baptism
Lesson 11: Jesus Christ - His Ministry
Lesson 12: Jesus Christ - His Teaching
Lesson 13: The Crucifixion of Christ
Lesson 14: The Resurrection of Christ
Lesson 15: Sin and Its Consequences
Lesson 16: Jesus Christ - God's Cure for Sin
Lesson 17: The Two Covenants
Lesson 18: The Establishment of the Church
Lesson 19: Paul's Missionary Journeys
Lesson 20: New Testament Conversions
Lesson 21: Saving Faith
Lesson 22: Scriptural Baptism
Lesson 23: The Epistles
Lesson 24: Religious Authority
Lesson 25: The Church - Its Names and Unity
Lesson 26: The Church - Its Worship and Financing
Lesson 27: The Church - Its Organization and Work
Lesson 28: The Holy Spirit
Lesson 29: The Second Coming of Christ
Lesson 30: Eternal Punishment and Reward

What is your favorite Bible study course?

Have you found a free Bible study course which is true to God's word and one that you like to share with others? If so, please list it here!

Free Bible study tools

There are many free Bible study tools available. In today's world there are free Android Bible study apps. There are also free audio sermons, several of which are available as free i-tunes sermon podcasts, audio Bible studies, free online Bible commentaries, YouTube sermons, free daily devotionals, and many other free Bible study tools. With all the Bible study tools available, there is no longer any reason to claim "ignorance about the Bible"!

Free Bible study resources?

Have you found some web sites which offers some helpful (and free) Bible study tools, perhaps such as a free online Greek word study tool? If so, please list the best free Bible study resources you have found on this post.

How to be saved

One of the most important questions in life is "how to be saved from sin." If you are searching the internet for information on "how to be saved," "how to be saved by Jesus," "how to be forgiven of my sins," be sure you find the "right way" instead of the wrong way. Jesus said "many" will believe they were saved from sin, but they will not have truly obeyed Him (Matthew 7:21-24). Paul said it is necessary to "obey" the gospel (2 Thess. 1:8). In the book of Hebrews (5:8-9) we are told Jesus is the "author" of salvation to those who "obey" Him.

Many depend on some person to tell them if they are saved or lost, or they take a person's word for what they must do to be saved. Do not be mislead when it comes to the salvation of our eternal spirit! God says we will be judged by His word "(John 12:48), so we need to open up the Bible and study it diligently as we see from verses like Acts 17:11.

If you want to know how to be saved, the steps required for salvation are on "salvation web sites" like this one which lists the steps to salvation in more than 20 different languages!

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