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Number of Pages: 160
Vendor: Thomas Nelson
Publication Date: 2008
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What would you give to have true contentment, joy without end, and lasting peace? Most of us would say, "Anything!" especially when we are dealing with the stormy pressures of life. In 10 Principles for Studying Your Bible, Dr. Charles Stanley provides practical insight into Gods word by walking you through the highlights of his own personal Bible study. He explains, "You dont have to go through life wondering if the next storm will be the one that washes your life out to sea. God has an answer for your greatest need, but it is only found in the study of His Word."
"God tells us that if we seek Him, we will find Him," writes Dr. Stanley. "And when we uncover His truth, we gain clear direction for our lives and circumstances." Those who begin this journey into understanding the Bible quickly realize His Word is a doorway to divine principles and lifes greatest blessings.
Dr. Charles Stanley is the senior pastor of the First Baptist Church of Atlanta, GA, where he has served for over 40 years. He is a New York Times bestselling author who has written more than sixty books, including the top devotional Every Day in His Presence. Dr. Stanley is the founder of In Touch Ministries. The "In Touch with Dr. Charles Stanley" program is transmitted throughout the world on more than 1,200 radio outlets, 130 television stations/networks, and language projects in more than 50 languages. The award-winning In Touch devotional magazine is printed in four languages with more than 12 million copies each year. Dr. Stanleys goal is best represented by Acts 20:24, "Life is worth nothing unless I use it for doing the work assigned me by the Lord Jesusthe work of telling others the Good News about God's mighty kindness and love." This is because, as he says, "It is the Word of God and the work of God that changes peoples lives."
Robert5 Stars Out Of 5Excellent God inspired readingMarch 12, 2013RobertQuality: 5Value: 5Meets Expectations: 5Anything by Pastor Charles Stanley is always great. He has a way of drawing the reader closer in their walk with God. I bought many copies to give to my friends.
JessieTexasAge: 35-44Gender: female5 Stars Out Of 5Great bookMay 2, 2012JessieTexasAge: 35-44Gender: femaleQuality: 5Value: 5Meets Expectations: 5I highly reccommend "10 Principles for Studying Your Bible". If you're looking to deepen your walk with the Lord then this book is for you!
KhanCalvinAlbuquerqueAge: 25-34Gender: male5 Stars Out Of 5The tried-and-true methods of Dr. Charles StanleyJanuary 4, 2012KhanCalvinAlbuquerqueAge: 25-34Gender: maleQuality: 5Value: 5Meets Expectations: 5Dr. Charles Stanley is correct in stating Hurricane Floyd was the worst natural disaster in North Carolina... it was responsible for 57 fatalities versus the 34 fatalities of Hurricane Hugo. 10 Principles for Studying Your Bible is an AWESOME book! God Bless all who read and apply the information presented.
Denise5 Stars Out Of 5April 23, 2010Denise10 Principles for Studying Your Bible is a guide designed to give you understanding of the Scriptures and sparks of interest in getting to know your Awesome God. My life has never been the same since I started to read the Bible everday. God has seemed more closer than ever. Dr. Stanley says," God tells us that if we seek Him, we will find Him. And when we uncover His truth, we gain clear direction for our lives and circumstances." I've found this to be true. And I am sure God will reveal this truth to you if you'll seek Him faithfully. I highly recomend Charles Stanley because he is such a clear and positive teacher of the Word of God.
CJ SimpsonSwansboro, NCAge: 35-44Gender: female2 Stars Out Of 5September 16, 2009CJ SimpsonSwansboro, NCAge: 35-44Gender: femaleI was not very impressed with this book. It appears that the author kept repeating himself in different ways to get the same message across. At the very beginning of the book, he also references Hurricane Floyd, a category 3 storm as the worst North Carolina disaster in 1999. This is debatable. Hurricane Hugo, a category 4 storm, struck in 1989. While the latter did not produce as much flooding as the former, the impacts were very devastating. Based on the author's bias at the beginning of the book, I felt his lack of credibility affected the way I read the rest of the book. I did not really get anything out of the book other than the same message repeated in many different ways. I hope others enjoy it, but I wouldn't recommend it.