As the old adage goes, “If we fail to plan, we plan to fail.” Not sure we can “FAIL” when it comes to reading God’s Word, but we can prepare our mind, body and spirit to be in the right place so that we can hear from God as we read His word. This Sunday, we will unpack how to read and study God's Word.
The Bible is complex, composed of 66 different books penned by 40 different writers over a period of 1,500 years. It was written in three different languages, on three different continents. And yet, the Bible is one story that points to one Savior, who loves us more than anything. This Sunday, we will look at the 10,000-foot view of the Bible—how it was compiled, how it fits together, and how it speaks about Jesus.
Are there errors within the pages of the Bible, and are those errors caused by the writers or the readers? This Sunday, to better understand the Bible, we are going to look at some of the common errors that occur as we read it. Most of the errors that we think we find IN the Bible, aren’t actually errors IN the Bible; they are errors IN how we have approached the scriptures . . . i.e., it is in User Error where we find most of the mistakes. So join us Sunday as we look at the common miscues we can make when reading God's Word.