Series Discovering. . .the Bible

When we study the Bible, we often discuss the context of a passage and how important that context is to our understanding. But, did you know that we also bring our own context—both good and bad—to our study? This week we will discuss some important principles that can give us a strong and solid context for our study of the scriptures.

Dates January 18-22, 2016
# of Programs 5
At The Table Mart DeHaan, Elisa Morgan, Bill Crowder
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Part 1 - 01/18/16

What does it mean to have a “high view of Scripture”

The Bible is the best-selling book of all time. But it’s far more than a book of great literature or high moral concepts. Today we begin our discussion on “Discovering the Bible” by emphasizing the necessity of approaching the Bible with a “high view.” Learn what it means to have a “high view of Scripture” when you join the group today on Discover the Word!

Part 2 - 01/19/16

The power of the Scriptures

What does the apostle Paul mean when he says all Scripture is “inspired,” or “God breathed”? Today on Discover the Word, we will discuss why it’s important for us to read the Bible with a listening ear to the Holy Spirit. The Bible is not static,  it’s alive and powerful. Don’t miss the discussion!

Part 3 - 01/20/16

Hope through the Scriptures

Paul tells us in Romans that the Bible was written for our instruction, that “through perseverance and encouragement of the Scriptures we might have hope.” But what does that mean exactly? How does “persevering” in our understanding of the Bible help us with our present-day struggles and temptations? Don’t miss this important conversation today on Discover the Word!


Part 4 - 01/21/16

When our understanding of God is challenged

While the Bible instructs us in practical living,  it’s also a book of mystery. With God, A plus B doesn’t always equal C! Today on Discover the Word, we’re told how to deal with those times when what we thought we understood about God is challenged!

Part 5 - 01/22/16

Discover the Living Word through the written Word

Today on Discover the Word, we conclude our week-long discussion about how the Bible helps us discover who God is. In the gospel of John, we read “In the beginning was the Word and the Word was with God and the Word was God.” And then that Word came to dwell among us. The Word—is Jesus. Discovering the Living Word through the written Word. It’s a powerful truth that will transform how you read the Bible.

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