Changing the World Through God's Word

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The Bible is a vital tool in building, guiding and protecting our faith, and it's important that it be used correctly. This silly, off-the-wall illustration will make you laugh, but it will also offer you encouragement to teach others to study and love God's Word.


This illustration is over the top, but it gives us a picture of how some people don't know how to approach or use the Scriptures. When you're teaching a new believer about God's Word, how do you explain the value of studying God's Word?
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Listen carefully as Jonathan Falwell, Senior Pastor of Thomas Road Baptist Church (TRBC) in Lynchburg, Virginia, shares how teaching people to fall in love with the Word of God can change the life of the believer and the world.


Do you love studying God's Word? How much time do you spend studying the Word of God. Would those close to you say that you love it or would they say that you find it a chore to study the Scriptures? What parts of the Bible are your favorite? Why?
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Jonathan said that if we help people become "self-feeders" of the Word of God, their lives will be transformed. They will live life on mission and will effectively build relationships outside of the church to teach the Word of God. Is there anyone in your life that loves studying the Word of God? How do they stand out in regards to living life on mission? What have they taught you?
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How do you train people to love God's Word? What tools do you use to equip people on how to study the Bible? How do you help them understand that God has put all of us on mission?
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Take a moment to pray that God will reveal His truth to you and will continue to ignite your passion for studying and living out the Word of God. Pray that as you teach others how to love the Scriptures, they will see it in your life. 
                              
                                           All Scripture is God-breathed and is useful for teaching,     
                                           rebuking, correcting and training in righteousness, so that 
                                           the servant of God may be thoroughly equipped for every 
                                          good work.

                                                                                 `~ 1 Timothy 1:5, (NIV)