David Guzik

How To Study Your Bible (John 14)

How To Study Your Bible (John 14)

You’re in for some extra fun today. I’m going to leverage John 14 to help you learn how to study your Bible. I’ll share a few of my study tips to help you grow closer to Him—no PhD or theology degree required!

Why Self-Help Doesn't Really Help

Why Self-Help Doesn't Really Help

The self-improvement market was worth $9.9 billion in 2016 (thanks to a little research data). Did you know you can think and grow rich and only work 4 hours each week? Since you’ve freed up so much time because you’re highly effective, you can have your cheese moved, be an untethered soul, learn the 48 laws of power, understand big magic, and wash your face! Or, you can figure out the sacred secret now…

There Ain't No Grave Gonna Hold My Body Down

There Ain't No Grave Gonna Hold My Body Down

I can’t help reading John 11 and not thinking about the song Ain’t No Grave by Bethel Music (sung by Molly Skaggs). I’ve included the video in the post if you’ve never heard it before. Even though it’s not proper grammar, “there ain’t no grave,” friends. And Lazarus would agree…

Who Jesus Is: The Fourth Gospel (John 5:1-15)

Who Jesus Is: The Fourth Gospel (John 5:1-15)

We could spend many hours debating the versions of the Bible, but that’s not the purpose of this platform. When people want to suck you into a scholarly debate about translations and which is “better,” here’s what I would say…

Who Jesus Is: The Fourth Gospel - John 1

Who Jesus Is: The Fourth Gospel - John 1

The fourth gospel is essential. John gives us a direct look into the heart of Jesus—into who Jesus is. It was a book that was written for one purpose: that we might believe. What a blessing to have a book written primarily to help us understand the character of Christ and the meaning behind the events the Son of God performed so we would believe that Jesus saves.