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But, you DO have permission to make copies of these Bible Studies to give away free in your church or Sunday School, home study group, campus study group, prison or jail ministry and for your personal Bible study.
If you want to know for sure you are saved and start growing as a Christian, download these free pdf Bible Studies in order and complete them from beginning to end. Reading, believing, studying and obeying the Bible will change your life for the better!
Please remember, modern translations leave out many words and sometimes entire verses. Our free downloads via pdf give you information to keep you growing as a Christian.
We recommend the old King James Version, the KJV, not the NKJV, for Bible study. It's worth getting the regular King James Version, not the New KJV because the newer versions leave out so many words and verses.
Some of our Bible study PDFs contain multiple lessons. Don't let the number of pages scare you. You can print out a few pages at a time and then work through those pages one question at a time.
You look up the Bible verse, read it and then answer the question based on what the Bible says.
Your goal is to develop consistency in Bible study so that you're reading and studying the Bible day by day and week by week.
Print out the lesson or the part of the lesson you want to use and try to answer at least several Bible Study questions each day.
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Jun 13, 21 09:39 AM
Romans 1, in historical context, is about ancient Roman fertility goddess worshipers who engaged in shrine prostitution to worship Cybele, not gays and lesbians.
Jun 07, 21 05:56 PM
Gay Christian 101 - Presenting accurate biblical and historical info defending LGBT Christians from those who rip verses out of context to condemn.
Jan 19, 21 03:07 PM
Arsenokoites is rarely, if ever, used in antiquity, to describe homosexuality. The Greek language had other words for that.