Free for Kindle – Pleasure & Profit in Bible Study by DL Moody

There are plenty of free books for Kindle including many books on Bible study. This is one of my favorites:

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“If you are impatient, sit down quietly and commune with Job. If you are strong-headed, read of Moses and Peter. If you are weak-kneed, look at Elijah. If there is no song in your heart, listen to David. If you are a politician, read Daniel. If you are getting sordid, read Isaiah. If you are chilly, read of the beloved disciple. If your faith is low, read Paul. If you are getting lazy, watch James. If you are losing sight of the future, read in Revelation of the promised land.” &quote;
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The more you love the Scriptures, the firmer will be your faith. There is little backsliding when people love the Scriptures. &quote;

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Pascal said, “Human knowledge must be understood in order to be loved; but Divine knowledge must be loved to be understood.” &quote;

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When I pray, I talk to God, but when I read the Bible, God is talking to me; and it is really more important that God should speak to me than that I should speak to Him I believe we should know better how to pray if we knew our Bibles better. &quote;

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We take good care of this body that we inhabit for a day, and then leave; we feed it three times a day, and we clothe it, and deck it, and by and by it is going into the grave to rot; but the inner man, that is to live on and on forever, is lean and starved. “Man shall not Live by bread alone, but by every word that proceedeth out of the mouth of God.” &quote;

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It is not our work to make men believe: that is the work of the Holy Spirit. &quote;

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We are not fountains ourselves; but the Word of God is the true fountain. &quote;

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Read the Bible, my friends, as if you were seeking for something of value. It is a good deal better to take a single chapter, and spend a month on it, than to read the Bible at random for a month. &quote;

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