Welcome to the Master's Touch Bible Studies. These are free and online, Chronological, Scripture, and Topical Bible studies with daily devotions for your spiritual enrichment. We help you understand the Bible and how it applies to you. These Bible studies are good for personal use and small groups. As Jesus touched people's lives in his time on earth, we believe you will be touched by the Master as you read the Word of God and respond to it. To make it easy to find us, bookmark the address of this page or add this page to your Favorites (one or the other is usually in the top menu section or starred in the top corner of your browser). Choose a way to study the Bible:
Chronological Bible Studies: We can help you understand the Bible and how it applies to you. As you read the Bible, using our one-year daily chronological Bible study devotionals, you will see how the events and people of the Bible all fit together in chronological sequence. In addition, we include maps, timelines, lessons to live by, Scripture verses to memorize, and even a space where you can write your own prayer response to each day's Bible study. This is more than Our Daily Bread; some might call it Our Daily Meal. Through our Chronological Bible studies you will grow in the knowledge of God and how to live to please him.This is a great discipleship tool! Best of all, this tool is here and free to use by anyone; no downloads, no personal information collected, and no memberships required. If you like the Chronological Bible studies, send a link to someone you know. Thank you.
Choose a New Testament Bible passage link, and it will take you to a corresponding Bible study. Old Testament passage links will be available in 2014, but Scripture studies in Genesis, Job, Exodus, Leviticus, Numbers, Deuteronomy, Joshua, Judges, 1Samuel, 2Samuel, Psalms, 1Kings, 1Chronicles, 2 Kings, 2Chronicles, Proverbs, Song of Solomon, Ecclesiastes, Amos, Hosea, Isaiah, and Micah are now available; a guide has been provided to help you find them.
Topical Bible Studies: Various Bible and current issues from the New Testament are discussed from a Biblical perspective.
Today's Chronological Bible study:
When You Shouldn't Help
Why does God allow Evil?