We’ve committed to a study of the entire book of Exodus at the Fellowship and this study will span more than 50 sessions. At this point in the year (October!), we’ve already completed 27 sessions, and are somewhere in the middle of Exodus. Most of the action that we’re familiar with is behind us, namely the plagues and the great Red Sea deliverance. The wilderness and law accounts lie ahead of us, and as its name suggest, sound very dry.
But why is Exodus so important for us to read so carefully? There are at least 2 reasons.
Bible reading is about loving God. But is this for all Christians? How can this be? In the last blog post of this series, we'll spend some more thought on why we should read the Bible, and want to do so.
How can all Christians love God with all our minds? In this post, we'll explore what it means to love God with our minds, and as a result, make Him known.
In our current series, we have looked at why we should read the Bible from the perspective of loving God with all our hearts. In this article, we will look at reading the Bible from the perspective of loving God with all our souls.
We continue our blog series on Bible reading, and this week, we'll take a look at understanding the role the heart plays in our Bible reading.
As Christians we know we’re supposed to read our Bibles, yet we often find it difficult to even begin. We cannot help but ask - "Why are we supposed to read our Bibles? What do you mean by 'it’s good for us'?" In our first blog series, we hope to take a step back to understand the importance of reading our Bibles.