Back to the Bible
As long as I can remember I have believed that the Bible is the word of God but in the early part of my life I didn’t understand it because I wasn’t taught about it at home and I attended a church that wasn’t always Biblical in its teachings. When I was 14 I believed that the way to be saved was to be baptized and then live a good enough life so that I would deserve to go to Heaven, so I got baptized and set about trying to finish earning my salvation.
A little more than two years later I had a Sunday school teacher who was saved and who listened regularly to a radio program called Back to the Bible. She recommended it to the class and I began listening to it. As a result I realized that I was on the wrong path in trying to earn my salvation. I finally understood that salvation is gift of God and I received that gift by putting my faith in Christ.
As a result of listening to the program I not only was saved but I received the first accurate Bible teaching I ever had. I have learned from many other sources but it was Back to the Bible than laid the foundation of my Bible knowledge. Here is their website:
The first necessity in studying the Bible is to be saved. The way of salvation is explained here:
You can listen to their daily Bible studies and access the archives of past studies here:
They offer other Bible studies beside their daily broadcasts. You can learn about them here:
Back to the Bible also produces a Spanish language program called The Bible Says.
You also get in touch with Back to the Bible thru Facebook and Twitter.
Back to the Bible has played a major role in my life and I am publishing this information in the hope that others can receive the same help from it that I have.