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From one of my favorite blogs, comes the context behind what Jesus meant by the “abundant” life. I saw this article while working through the deception during the teaching I received as a new believer years ago and the Christianity of the Bible. I hope this blesses you as it did me.
Context Matters: Jesus Came to Give Abundant Life.
By Ryan Higginbottom
Perhaps you’ve heard that Jesus didn’t just come to give life, he came to give abundant life. You may have seen teachers urge that Christians should not be poor, should not be sad, should not be sick, should not be lacking in any blessings God can give. After all, how does a less than existence match up with an abundant life?
When we learn to read the Bible properly—not as a series of isolated words and phrases—we find that some familiar phrases take on entirely new meanings.
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In today’s world of everyone has “their own truth”, it is important for us not to adopt this into our bible knowledge. God, in bringing his Word forth through human writers had ONE meaning. Here is an article that discusses one such mistake people often have when interpreting this one passage of Scripture:
Today, I was listening to a book titled “Grasping God’s Word” by J. Scott Duvall and J. Daniel Hays. It provides a new perspective for me with regard to interpreting God’s Word. It uses the normal Observation, Interpretation, Application skeleton, but fleshes it out in a whole new way. A great read. I am by no means finished with it and may not in the end find it useful, but so far, I love the concept and different approach.
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