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Email Tips: Introducing a New Book!

This "tip" was originally delivered on Saturday, March 21st, 2015 .

Solomon said “of making many books there is no end” (Ecc 12:12).

Solomon was in the proverbial publishing business. He knew that of which he spoke, and the Bible is not going to stop being true on our watch.

Ambassadors Publishing Co. has produced its first book titled:

Start Rightly Dividing
How to start studying with the right heart from the right Bible rightly divided.

The back cover explains the purpose of the book:

“For many people, Bible study never starts right.

A culture of doubt and suspicion has influenced Christians to treat the Bible like any other book: subject to change, mistakes, and a million interpretations. Poorly educated pastors perpetuate the myth that the Bible is too hard for the lowly layman to understand and that advanced tools and linguistic skills are needed to decipher its mysteries and contradictions. Add the cacophony of confusion created by a smorgasbord of denominations and internet theologians, and it is no wonder false starts turn into not starting at all.

It is possible to study to show yourself approved unto God and be an unashamed workman of the Lord Jesus Christ, but it requires you start rightly dividing the word of truth (2 Timothy 2:15).

If you are asking, “What is right division?”, “Where do I begin?”, or “How do I start?”, then this book is designed to help.”

Hopefully, this introductory book on how to study the Bible rightly divided will be helpful for those new to the idea.

You can purchase Start Rightly Dividing here.

It has been priced in such a way to encourage you to buy a bundle and pass them along to your friends to whom you are trying to explain the Bible rightly divided.

If you don’t have enough nickels and quarters for a printed copy, the articles and tips compiled in this book can be found for free here and listened to here.

[Update: You can now get the PDF version here]

For His glory,

Justin Curtis Johnson

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