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How Should Teens Read the Bible? Grace and Truth Books
  • ISBN: 9781-60178-3028
  • Binding: Booklet
  • Page Count: 26
  • Publisher: Reformation Heritage

How Should Teens Read the Bible? (Joel Beeke)

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Most Christians know that they should read the Bible, and many have tried, but it is not unusual for people to get stuck, get lost, or get discouraged. Here is a booklet that lays out wise guidelines for how to read the most important book in the world and not give up.

Joel Beeke offers many helpful tips on how to benefit from the Scriptures with the constant awareness that our attitude is crucial. Written especially for young people, How Should Teens Read the Bible? is an extremely practical resource for anyone who wants to read the Scriptures with regularity, joy, and delight.

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How Should Teens Read the Bible?

Most Christians know that they should read the Bible, and many have tried, but it is not unusual for people to get stuck, get lost, or get discouraged. Here is a booklet that lays out wise guidelines for how to read the most important book in the world and not give up.

Joel Beeke offers many helpful tips on how to benefit from the Scriptures with the constant awareness that our attitude is crucial. Written especially for young people, How Should Teens Read the Bible? is an extremely practical resource for anyone who wants to read the Scriptures with regularity, joy, and delight.

About the Author

Joel R. Beeke is president of Puritan Reformed Theological Seminary and a pastor of the Heritage Netherlands Reformed Congregation in Grand Rapids, Michigan. He is also now the author of 100 books, with the recent release of Knowing and Growing in Assurance of Faith. 

Endorsements

How Should Teens Read the Bible? Joel Beeke’s answer is precise, persuasive, and pastoral. Put this booklet into a teenager’s hands today, and use it for yourself as well!” — Derek W. H. Thomas, senior minister, First Presbyterian Church, Columbia, South Carolina, and Professor of systematic and historical theology, Reformed Theological Seminary, Atlanta

Contents

  1. Why Reading the Bible is Hard Work
  2. Reasons for Reading the Bible
  3. Practical Helps for Reading the Bible
  4. Practical Helps for Studying the Bible
  5. The Joy of Reading the Bible
  6. Reading the Bible is Worth the Effort
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