Finding Hope From The BibleNo matter what stage of life you are in, no matter what circumstances you may be facing right now, there is something that pushes you forward, something that compels you to press on and keep taking another step forward. That thing is "hope."
Life moves forward when hope dominates. So, in order to stay motivated and enthusiastic about your life, hope must dominate. And one of the greatest sources of hope available to us today is the Holy Bible. By reading, studying, and understanding the Bible, God's Word, we can keep our confidence and enthusiasm high, and we can do anything that God wants us to do!
With that in mind, this website exists to be a resource for you to help you stay filled with Godly hope and exited about the future that God has for you.
In the Bible Studies section, you will find articles that share ideas or messages that are based on verses or passages in the Bible. This is where to go if you're looking for revelation from God's Word.
In the Bible Study Helps section, you will find all kinds of helpful ideas to support your study of the Bible. This is where to go when you want to increase the effectiveness of your personal study of the Bible.
In the Bible Quizzes section, you will find numerous quizzes on various stories, events, characters, and books in the Bible. This is where to go when you want to test your memory or when you want to practice paying greater attention to details in the Bible.
And finally, in the Inspiration section, you will find miscellaneous articles that share Godly ideas about things relating to the Bible, psychology, success, and life in general.
Most of the articles are written by myself, Jonathan Hostetler, but a few are written by personal friends. I'm also the one who created and maintains this website. If you would like to get in contact with me to share an idea, say thanks, suggest a link exchange, offer an article to put on this website, etc., you can email me at webmaster [at] hopefromthebible.com (not clickable to avoid spam).
Thanks for dropping by, and may your journey be pleasant as you study the Word and find hope from the Bible.
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