Series Deeper in the Word

How does the written Word of God describe itself? In the Bible, God uses various metaphors to help us understand both the written and living Word of God. Metaphors explored include: when the Word is a lamp; when the Word is a knife; when the Word is a mirror; when the Word is food; when the Word is a Person.

Dates July 28 - August 1, 2014
# of Programs 5
At The Table Mart DeHaan, Elisa Morgan, Bill Crowder
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Part 1 - 07/28/14

How thinking of Scripture as a lamp can change the way we read the Bible

God uses countless metaphors to describe His Word. And each one offers insight into the power of Scripture. Another insightful dialogue.

Part 2 - 07/29/14

Discover how God’s Word is like a knife and cuts right to our heart!

Used carelessly, a knife can cause a lot of damage. But in the hands of a skilled surgeon, a sharp blade can save lives.

Part 3 - 07/30/14

Practical ways to better reflect Christ

We may think we’re all put together, until we look in the mirror and find the crooked collar on our shirt and spinach in our teeth! Let’s look into the mirror of God’s Word to learn practical ways to better reflect Christ!

Part 4 - 07/31/14

Discover nourishment for your soul

No matter how delicious and filling dinner is, you’ll still wake up hungry the very next day! Unlike physical food, God’s Word can keep us spiritually satisfied day in and day out.

Part 5 - 08/01/14

Come face-to-face with the living, breathing Word of God

We usually think of God’s Word as a leather-bound book full of godly wisdom and instruction. Let’s reveal that God’s Word is more than a book it’s a Person!

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