In his trademark clear, friendly style, Skip Heitzig provides simple, easy-to-use tools to unlock the riches of God’s Word. He inspires readers to enjoy studying the Bible as they discover its extraordinary relevance and transforming power with his writings in How to Study the Bible and Enjoy It. This volume is a great tool for the person new to Bible study, as well as the person hoping for a fresh perspective on how to effectively dive into the Word.
In the Logos edition of How to Study the Bible and Enjoy It, you get easy access to Scripture texts and to a wealth of other resources in your digital library. Hovering over Scripture references links you instantly to the verse you’re looking for, and with Passage Guides, Word Studies, and a wealth of other tools from Logos, you can delve into God’s Word like never before!
“‘Never give up what you do know for sure for what you don’t know for sure.’” (Page 6)
“One of healthiest habits you can develop is to read through the entire Bible on a regular basis. Before you dismiss the idea as too difficult, let me put it in perspective. It’s not as formidable a task as you might think. At a very moderate rate, the entire Bible can be read in about seventy hours—about fifty-two hours for the Old Testament and eighteen hours for the New Testament. Divided over an entire year, those seventy hours equate to one hour and twenty minutes per week, or sixteen minutes per day if you were to read five days a week—or only eleven-and-a-half minutes per day if you establish the habit of reading your Bible every day.” (Pages 8–9)
“three modes of study—that have proven effective: devotional, systematic, and topical.” (Page 36)
“Likewise, when we read a book from the Bible, we should seek to understand the author and his message in the context of ancient history and culture.” (Page 31)
“The second most important study tool—after your Bible—is a notebook in which to record what God reveals to you as you read.” (Page 20)