Here are some resources I have put together to help others as they search out Truth …
This was your life (the gospel presented in comic book form)
A physician’s view of the crucifixion of Jesus Christ (this will surely give you a much
greater understanding and appreciation for what God did for you in purchasing your salvation)
If you have never read the bible before I would suggest to you that you start in the New Testament and read the book (gospel) of John. And I would further suggest to you that before doing so you should do the following:
1) be sure to use a bible written in a language you can understand. I most definitely would advise you to avoid the King James Version (New King James Version is okay) as it is written in a language we no longer use, know, or understand. Many words in it mean something different today than they did back when it was written. If fact, some words mean just the opposite today as they did when it was written.
2) put aside any and all beliefs, teachings and thoughts you may already have concerning God and His Word
Approach this with a clean slate so that nothing clouds up communication between God and you.
3) ask God to help you to understand what you are going to read in His Word … ask Him to “speak to you” thru His Word.
If you don’t have a bible available to read you can read it free online. HERE is a link to the Gospel of John in the Living Bible. I don’t recommend a paraphrase version of the bible for serious bible study but they are ok for some things. It was this very book in this very bible version God used to speak to me initially. Again, I encourage you to read my personal testimony I have linked to further above. You can read about it HERE.
You can even listen to the bible read to you online: Audio Bible
Here are more resources:
Mark Correll videos (end time bible prophecy teaching)
Scottie Clark videos (end time bible prophecy teaching)
http://www.erfministries.com (Scott Clark’s website)
Dr. John MacArthur (well known and respected bible teacher)
http://www.doesgodexist.org/ John Clayton