|Product Name||How To Study The Bible For Yourself|
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|Long Description||Bestselling author Tim LaHaye is a nationally recognized Bible teacher who wants each reader to know that the Bible was written for them—they need not rely on scholars and teachers to interpret it. In this 30th anniversary edition of his bestselling How to Study the Bible for Yourself (more than 850,000 copies sold) readers will discover how to— locate the Bible's major principles, promises, and commands, understand key verses and themes, achieve an enriching, lifelong habit of Bible study LaHaye's practical and inspiring method of study will open up the joy, wisdom, and excitement of the Bible to those who have been studying for years or anyone beginning to explore the wonders of God's Word.|
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