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Want to know how to walk in triumph in a world that's lost its way? In this Video Insight, Chuck Swindoll gives three essentials to help you walk well.
Are you afraid that if God really knew you He would disapprove of you? Chuck Swindoll wants you to understand what Jesus' death was all about.
Are you always able to tell when you’re veering a little off track? Is there someone in your life who will point it out to you? If not, Chuck Swindoll suggests you find someone.
Do you view the people crossing your path each day as a possible divine appointment? If you do, Chuck Swindoll says you can start your days with great anticipation.
Chuck explains how a correct interpretation of a passage—and there’s only one—comes before application. But then the number of ways Scripture can be applied is numerous.
As satisfying as it can be to unravel the deep meanings behind Bible verses, Chuck says God gave us the Word for another reason. We must keep it in mind both when reading it and when sharing it.
Why are there so many translations of the Bible, and which are the best to use? Chuck shares which ones he uses and why and also gives a bit of history behind Bible translations.
We can greatly benefit from the hours of time and research others have put into studying the Bible. How? By availing ourselves of the kinds of resources Chuck and Rhome mention here.
Rhome points out how the Bible quotes itself often. Jesus Himself quoted the Old Testament to explain His words. Chuck says the Bible forms a bridge to carry us from the old words to the new.