This book aims to teach lay Catholics how to read and understand the Bible in a way that allows the Scriptures to truly deepen their faith in God. Sri aims to equip the reader with the background knowledge and literary insight necessary to allow them to have a personal experience with God through the Scriptures and interpret the Bible in line with Church teaching. He does this by addressing fundamental questions about the Bible, its origins, its development and its trustworthyness. He also provides readers with five "keys" that can allow them to interpret the Bible in line with the teachings of the Catechism and the Magisterium. These "keys" include consideration for the Author's Intention, the Unity of Scripture, the Living Tradition of the Church, God's Revelation and the use of the Four Senses of Scripture. He then ends the book by explaining some considerations about Biblical geography, history and archaeology, outlining the "Big Picture" of God's revelation and salvation throughout the books of the Bible and ending with practical tips about translations and praying with Scripture.