20 Must Study Bible Study Topics

 

20 Must Study Bible Study Topics

Last year, I took Joyce Meyer’s #3030challenge. I studied the Bible daily for 30 minutes then posted what I learned. I’d like to go back and share some of the topics that were particularly eye-opening. I hope you find them helpful!

  1. Anger
  2. Beauty
  3. Church
  4. Comparing to Others
  5. Confidence
  6. Depression
  7. Faith
  8. Forgiveness
  9. God’s Love
  10. Gratitude
  11. Hope
  12. Humility
  13. Materialism
  14. Motherhood
  15. Parenting
  16. Patience
  17. Perfection
  18. Personal Talents
  19. Prayer
  20. Self-Discipline

If you don’t do regular Bible study, I strongly encourage it. I’m a Bible beginner myself. I finished reading the Bible in its entirety just a few months ago. And I only started truly studying it last month.

In that short period, I’ve really been transformed by the Word. I’m not seeing angels or having visions or anything like that. But everyday moments, moments I used to think nothing of, are spiritual lessons and messages.

Give it a try, you’ll see what I mean. If you already study the Bible routinely, then you know exactly what I’m talking about.

*Rae

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35 thoughts on “20 Must Study Bible Study Topics

  1. paulj says:

    Hi Rae, I enjoyed your 30/30 challenge, I followed it through. I used to study the bible more but I have a tendency to think too deep, I seem to learn more from just reading the bible, and there are some parts I still don’t understand. Thank you for the encouragement over the weeks, some of the things you said really made me laugh, especially the “life sucks” part.

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  2. Thanks Paul! And, hey, doing whatever you need to do to get what you can from the Word is the most important thing. Sometimes reading it is smarter because you have context. Thank you for your post and following along. God bless!

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  3. Oh what a treasure trove! I’m trying to get into the bible. I kind of know it, but from school and back then I read it completely without believing a word of it, just like any assignment. As far as I was concerned it was a fairy tale and everyone else had the same view. I need to put on different glasses as I get back into it. I’ll come back to this post for sure and check out the sections that are particularly relevant for me.
    Thanks again Rae, I’m loving this blog!

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  4. Hanna, I’m so glad you’re enjoying the blog! And i know just what you mean. I had a stage of my life when the Bible meant nothing to me. I wasn’t atheist but I wasn’t sure what I believed. This past year, the Bible study. I almost can’t believe it’s had such a huge impact on me. I pray God leads you to the answers you seek (:

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  5. Rae, I want to go through your list more in depth. This is really well done. I am inspired to take up the challenge of 30 minutes for 30 days. I have read it through a few times; however every time you read the bible, in part or as a whole, you always learn something new. Thanks for giving me the nudge I needed to go back through it.

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  6. It is a journey! But positive comments like yours really help keep me going. And yes, encouraging others is one of the main reasons I started blogging. Oh, Pete if you knew what a depressing little troll I was starting out lol but the words “be a blessing to someone else” always echoed in my mind. And you know, getting my focus off my problems and on to how I can help people with similar struggles was probably the best remedy. Thanks again and blessings to you and yours!

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  7. I’m glad! I wasn’t sure how to Bible study at first (if you saw my first two posts about it, you’d notice they were kind of dull). Personalizing the study session is the best way to get into it. Make it about you, girl! But if those topics listed don’t interest you or you don’t know what topic to study, a little prayer goes a long way (: I wish you luck!

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  8. Thank you! I pray about every little thing LOL! The topics are great! And I don’t think any of your posts were dull. Studying the Bible is a very personal thing. Thank you for the inspiration and the encouragement. Be blessed!

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  9. The True Light! says:

    Good for you, Rae! We only grow in faith and maturity through the word of God. Study with another brother or sister too…it really helps! And thanks for the bible topics…

    Steve

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  10. This is a great list to start with. Then as the Lord speaks, there are other topics that come up like the Cross, the Apostle Paul and his faith, what is sin?, etc. Wow! You’re on to something. That’s how I started when I got saved. It helps because you can feel yourself growing in the knowledge and wisdom of the Word of God! You go girl!

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  11. Thank you! You’re absolutely right. Those are the basics to getting started. I’ve been exploring the O Testament prophets and certain books. Thanks again for your comment!! (:

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  12. Perhaps in the future, Rae, you should read the prophets in their chronological order. Girlfriend–when you read them like that, you will “feel” God dealing with their disobedience calling them back. You will also “feel” as you read how God’s warning gets stronger and stronger. Then you also “feel” in the words when their time is over.

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  13. Yeah? I think I will do that! I love the order because from beginning to end, there’s so many promises God makes and He always brings them into fruition. It makes me feel warm and fuzzy knowing He’s got a great record.

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  14. Excellent topics, but what is neglected by Christians today is the study of Genesis 1-11. These chapters are the foundation of Biblical teaching. There are some who believe these are only stories to be told to Children and not to be believed.

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  15. Glad to hear such enthusiasm for God’s Word from young people today. You are truly and inspiration, not only for your generation, but to the rest of us who may have become too comfortable. I pray that as you continue on your journey you will discover the power of HIS truth unfold in every area of your lie. And as you do that you will continue to share. God bless.

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  16. Yes! This ❤ ! I am about to finish reading the Bible in its entirety, a few chapters away. I've studied and read it but not in its entirety, till now. And it is an eye opener. It also helps to understand the Old Testament (especially when read in order). This pushed me to start writing my Bible Study summaries for each book of the Bible. I got inspired because a blogger was reading the Bible and wanted to keep herself accountable, so she shares what she is reading. Once I started pushing myself to work on the Genesis, I started seeing more bloggers talk about bible study. This has made me so happy! I'm so glad to see bloggers I'm reading sharing and discussing the Bible. Those who don't read need encouragement. : ) Thank you for sharing and staying accountable to your journey!

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  17. myliron says:

    Awesome post! Reading the word is something that we should treasure and put our time into so that it’s what will come out of us when we talk to others.

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  18. notesfromthewalk says:

    All incredibly important topics to cover! I hope and trust you will continually see more of God’s heart as you keep reading His Word. Thanks for sharing!–E.R.Peters

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  19. You have inspired me. Tomorrow I am going to start from the beginning. I have never read the whole thing and I have tried to start reading it in order and did not stick to it. And truthfully, it has been years since I have read it regularly. I can’t use life as an excuse! Thanks!

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  20. This is how i started.Hope you will go on! There will be then life full of life! 🙂 Almost everything you read from Bible as in OT so in NT, i did go through – that is how you will be teach by Teacher (DONT SEEK THEM IN THE MIDDLE OF PEOPLE). and i mean it .
    Grace and peace from God the Father and Christ Jesus our Savior

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  21. I too enjoyed reading along with you as you went through the 30/30 challenge. And I can see the growth in you from when you first started blogging about the same time I did. It’s incredible what God can do with somebody that just takes a little time and spends it with him. I know that you’re being blessed by the Bible study that you’re doing and it only gets better. Keep up the good work girl

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  22. God is so amazing and His word shows us that over and over again no matter how often we study it. He is continually revealing something new or giving us deeper understanding of Himself and us. His word never gets old.

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