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Greek Word Study is the easy-to-master WordSearch Bible study method, which enables the serious student to study, understand and use the New Testament in its original Greek.Even though I have driven automatics since 1992, I believe I am a much better

Greek Word Study is the easy-to-master WordSearch Bible study method, which enables the serious student to study, understand and use the New Testament in its original Greek.

Even though I have driven automatics since 1992, I believe I am a much better driver because I learned to drive stick shift. When you drive a manual transmission car you learn the feel of the motor, the clutch, the transmission, and the revs required to change up or down. You understand when, how, and why the engine must change gear in response to road and driving conditions.

Learning Greek word study using "old fashioned" lexicons and concordances is learning to do WordSearch with a manual transmission. THIS IS THE ONLY WAY you will truly grasp and internalize the why, how, and when of Bible study in the original languages. After you have mastered these techniques, you can move on to using Greek word study software.

Greek Word Study is the easy-to-master WordSearch Bible study method, which enables the serious student to study, understand and use the New Testament in its original Greek.

Even though I have driven automatics since 1992, I believe I am a much better driver because I learned to drive stick shift. When you drive a manual transmission car you learn the feel of the motor, the clutch, the transmission, and the revs required to change up or down. You understand when, how, and why the engine must change gear in response to road and driving conditions.

Learning Greek word study using "old fashioned" lexicons and concordances is learning to do WordSearch with a manual transmission. THIS IS THE ONLY WAY you will truly grasp and internalize the why, how, and when of Bible study in the original languages. After you have mastered these techniques, you can move on to using Greek word study software.

I was reading through 2 Samuel in my personal devotions a few years ago when I came across a passage of Scripture which caused me to question whether Solomon’s Temple was God’s will.

I’ve since had the opportunity to do more research on the topic and my conclusion is that it indeed was built in the flesh. This paper shows how I came to that conclusion.

Since it is a topic that is not widely discussed, I’m cautious with my conclusion. If correct, the implications are enormous. It makes me wonder how much of what we personally do in ministry is actually born out of the flesh –with God later blessing it as a concession anyway.

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