Studying The Text: 1 Samuel 16:14-16

I must say that Bible reading is not an easy task where you use just your feelings to absorb the meaning of the texts. Reading the Bible is studying the Bible, it requires some technical aspects of it. Therefore, I am compelled to also journal the texts which I find needed further research to help me fully understand the passages and stay true to the correct way of interpreting the texts.

Instead of giving commentaries, I will just list down the site(s) I read as my references. Since I consider this blog as journal, I might want to read these entries again in the future and probably will want to recall where I read about the explanations to my queries.

My question about this text is if God is good, why is that He is sending harmful spirits?



2 thoughts on “Studying The Text: 1 Samuel 16:14-16

  1. I appreciate your interest and study of the Bible. I read most but not all the posting I share, Please check out my teacher DR Chuck Missler that just died a couple of months ago.
    Also, I do read the Bible by myself every day, not a long study but I pray for the HOLY SPIRIT GUIDANCE.
    Many translations are wrong but remember the basic, Believe in Jesus Christ and his birth-death resurrection, Grace Salvation are the basics from which to study.
    God IS good.
    Thank you and please keep replying.

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    • Thank you for your kind comments, that is so nice of you to drop by. For sure I will check Chuck Missler. ๐Ÿ˜‰

      Yes, the work of the Holy Spirit is important. I believe that without the Holy Spirit I won’t even have the appetite to read the Bible.

      God bless! ๐Ÿ˜‰

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