Studying the Bible


If you are going to read and study God's word, which all Christians need to, then you should make sure you are reading from an uncorrupted translation. Click here to learn about the different Bible versions.

Do not be deceived. We are living in the last years of the world. Satans ministers and people far outnumber the righteous. I recommend staying off YouTube as much as possible and in your Bible letting God teach you.

1 John 2:27 KJB
"But the anointing which ye have received of him abideth in you, and ye need not that any man teach you: but as the same anointing teacheth you of all things, and is truth, and is no lie, and even as it hath taught you, ye shall abide in him."

I do not recommend listening to ministers in churches or on YouTube, 99.9% of them are all ministers of Satan. I lie not.

If you read the word of God and need help understanding a verse, use commentaries from well known and proven (prove them yourself by reading and hearing the truth they do or do not speak) Christian theologians of centuries past such as Ellicott, Barnes, Meyers etc. Charles Ellicott and Albert Barnes are the best if you ask me. Barnes often does a good job explaining things in more simpler or layman's terms.

To access those three' commentaries on all the verses in the Bible I highly recommend using the Bible Hub website.

Lets say you are reading Ruth chapter 1, verse 2. And you are reading and need help understanding what "Ephrathites" are.

Just type into Google (or your preferred search engine): "ruth 1:2 biblehub commentary"

The link to BibleHub commentaries will look like this: https://biblehub.com/commentaries/ruth/1-2.htm and should be the first link in the search results.

The Bible Hub site provides all the great Christian theologians commentaries on one page so you can read each one, comparing one to another to confirm the truth of the meaning of scripture.

If you ever have trouble looking up a verse and only remember a word or two from it, the Bible Gateway is great for doing that.

I also recommend, if you are able, to get the Alexander Scourby narration (non dramatized/no music preferred) of the King James Bible. Sadly you must purchase the files, they cost $20 and can be purchased here. Shame on those that profit off the word of God. But the Scourby narration is better than any other therefore I recommend everyone get it to put the mp3 files on their phone so you can listen to it at work or whenever you are not able to get in an actual Bible. The audio Bible does not compare to actually reading a real Bible. You will not gain 1/10 of what you can by reading. But it's still great for when you are not able to read.