The Bible,your pastor, or computer Bible study. It might not be in the Bible, for example the quote: " The Lord helps those who help themselves." Is NOT in the Bible, it was made by Benjamin Franklin. The best help you can get is asking for the Holy Ghost to help you understand. Prayer does work.
In my personal experience I've found that Jehovah's Witnesses tend to be a very good source of information. One reason why I say this is because when I ask them what their interpretation or opinion might be on a Scriptural subject, they won't give me one. They always direct me back to my Bible and show me the answers to my questions from it. I like that. I feel safer when people don't try to get me to believe their views or interpretations but only what the Bible actually teaches.
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You go to the Bible. Look in the index - do a cross reference - the Bible have information to help us in every aspect of life. If you seek out the truth you will find it (John 8:32) especially if you pray for such guidance (2 Timothy 3:16)
Here is great as long as you dont mind varried opinions and can slog through the numerous non-Christians who insist on putting their two cents worth in. There are quite a few good Christian people her well versed in the Bible. We come from different denominations tho so opinions differ occasionally - we run the We are happy to help however.
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yes I'm with sue2013, KrissyH1441 and Anthony1312002 on this one Go to jw.org there are basic questions and serious questions answered very well there. They don't just use the NWT they quote all other translations as well. There sourced information is very well researched.