Monthly Archives: January 2016

Thoughts About God From Genesis 12-35

Do you ever wonder what God is doing in the world today? The 4,000 year-old story of Abraham, Isaac and Jacob, as told in Genesis 12-35, sheds much light on the answer to that question.   What do these chapters … Continue reading

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What Does It Take to Understand the Bible?

I’ve been listening to a sermon entitled “The Essentials of Handling God’s Word (Part 3).” It’s vintage John MacArthur teaching – straightforward, easy to understand and saturated with Scripture. I highly recommend it. http://www.gty.org/resources/sermons/90-470/ MacArthur provides a compelling list of … Continue reading

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Thoughts About God From Genesis 1-3

What do Genesis 1, 2 and 3 teach me about God? God is Creator of all. Arguably the best known statement in Scripture is its opening verse. “In the beginning God created the heavens and the earth.” He made everything … Continue reading

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The Bible’s One Big Story (When Reading the Bible, Are You Missing It?)

People have been reading the Bible for centuries. This is one very old book! Yet its appeal remains as strong as ever. People are hungry for truth and meaning, and the Bible provides both. It’s important to remember that the … Continue reading

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My 2 Year Bible Reading Plan (How to Read the Bible in 2016/2017)

I’ve decided to read the Old Testament in 2016 and the New Testament in 2017. I need a plan to stay on track, so I ran the numbers on what it takes to read the OT in a year. Here’s … Continue reading

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