A youth at a home Bible study one evening ask, "Where do I find that?"
It is helpful to be prepared with a note pad and pencil to grow a personal deep rooted study to build the familiarity with what can be found where. Which book is it found in, and which chapter and verse? It helps when it is needed to find it again.
It is well to find to whom the instruction is given. All
scripture may not be to us. We may not have been the one told to build an Ark. When we read our personal mail, we read and take care of what is addressed to us.
Someone may share a letter with us but may not expect us to pay their bills or attend a party that only the other person is
It is well to consider whether we are of the lineage, the
descendants of Abraham or of the nations that received the instruction God made known to the apostle to complete the
scripture, Look for 'but now' and many more detailed explanations found in the books of Ephesians, Philippians
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