Free Bible Study Video Lesson by Daniel Sweet (Order the Full Length Audio CD Below)
When reading the bible we need to properly interpret what it is saying. “Knowing this first, that no prophecy of the scripture is of any private interpretation.” II Peter 1:20 So now what do we do? “Study to show ourselves approved... rightly dividing [understanding] the word of truth” II Tim. 2:15
How the Bible Interprets Itself
The bible will interpret itself (to bring out the meaning of) in one of five ways:
In the Verse.
In the Context in which it is written. (Sometimes you need to read a little before and after the verse)
Where it is Was Used Before. (Verses must be in harmony with other verses on the same subject elsewhere in the Bible.)
The Time in Which it Was Written. (This includes misunderstood figures of speech.)
To Whom it Was Written. (There are 3 main groups of people spanning 7 different time periods covering over 6,000 years.)
Which version of the Bible are you reading? KJV, NIV, ASV, AMP, ERV, NASB...? In English alone, there are over 50 different versions of the bible! Did you know that no translation or version of the Bible can be accurately called “The Original Word of God”? However, the old King James Version written in 1611 is the most accurate version we have in the English language. So use the KJV to understand the bible better.
There are 3 different groups of people in the Bible that God is talking to:
Hebrews and Jewish People
Gentiles (everyone who is not Jewish)
The Church of God (Born again Christians)
There are 7 different time periods in the Bible. Not knowing them causes confusion in understanding scripture. They are:
Original Paradise (Adam & Eve)
The Patriarchal Administration (Abraham, Isaac, Israel, etc.)
The Law Administration (Moses till Christ is born)
Christ Administration (Gospel period when Jesus was teaching and healing people)
Church of Grace (From Acts 2 and Apostle Paul to Christ's return)
The Appearing Administration (When Christ returns)
Final Paradise AKA Glory Administration (Millennial reign and beyond)
Understanding to whom the Word is written can mean the difference between truth and error; between understanding the Bible or not knowing the truth of the matter.
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About the Teacher: Daniel Sweet is the founder and President of God's Word First International and is a leading expert on the Gift of Holy Spirit. As an ordained minister, biblical scholar, humble follower and faithful teacher, he and his wife Debbra Sweet have been instrumental in helping many people come to the knowledge and truth of God’s Word. Daniel Sweet is also a published author on the subject of Leadership, an investor and an entrepreneur owning several small businesses.
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