The purpose of this site is to give an in-depth understanding of the scriptures without adding or subtracting anything.

Our current beliefs most often distort our understanding of the Bible. 

Why?   Because God is speaking about life from a completely different perspective.   It is hard for us to grasp that our natural nature is not how God designed us to live.

God makes us a new creation.  A brand new man or woman.  He tells us that we have lived after the dictates of our fleshly nature and once we make a real decision to follow Him, we then become a child of God.  The Bible tells us that our natural nature causes us to sin and sin leads to all sorts of troubles and even to death.  So to have life, we need to put the power of sin into remission.  Our natural nature will never do that.  We have to make that decision.  The Bible reveals to us truth to bridge us from what we think of as reality to what God says truly is reality.   Then truth by truth God leads us into an understanding of how to have real life in Jesus Christ.  A life that is pure, loving, and lives righteously in truth.

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Finding God's Will

Are you searching for God's will?   The scriptures say in Proverbs Chapter 8, Verse 17:

"I love them that love me; and those that seek me early shall find me."

God wants us to have His pure righteous life, and He wants us to have it more abundantly.  In order to do so, we need to learn how to find His will.  Often when seeking Godly counsel, we hear instructions like this:  You should first pray about it, believing in Jesus and if something doesn't line up with the scriptures, then it is not the will of God.   While that information is true, it is most often just an escape for the one saying it.  It is often stated because the counselor doesn't have enough depth of understanding to bring the person any closer to understanding the will of God for their specific situation.  

So how then do we find God's will?    Most people  .  .  .




From the web - Author Dr. David Gibbs Jr. - Used with Permission (2012).
Dr. Gibbs is a Baptist Lawyer with the Christian Law Association.
4BibleStudy.com is non-denominational and not part of, or affiliated with any denomination or  movement. 
The truth in this article is applicable to all faiths, regardless of denomination,
and it will help a person to understand if their faith is real, or just religion.


The First Amendment to the United States Constitution provides that "Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof . . . ."


The United States of America Supreme Court said a very particular thing about our beliefs. Therefore, your testimony in the courtroom and to others becomes quite critical. The Court said a man can't hold those beliefs if he can't describe them. A belief is not a hunch or feeling and it is not "it seems to me."

"The Court asks well, why do you believe that?  Show me proof of your beliefs in the Bible."  Most people will say "I don't even know if it is in the Bible but it sorta seems to me ..." and the Court says that the problem with "well it seems to me" is that feelings change rapidly and as a consequence they are not going to honor hunches, feelings or "it seems to me."   You must be able to take your beliefs from the Bible and make them oral.

The second thing the Court said that you must be able to have a knowledge of those beliefs. This becomes important because we like to hide behind
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