You wouldn’t do it with any other book. You wouldn’t dream of starting in the middle or just dipping in and reading bits here and there. You know that if you start reading part way through it won’t make sense unless you read what comes before. So why do we do it with the Bible?
The Bible is a book that tells a story. It tells one big story that starts in Genesis and ends in Revelation and the bits in between only make proper sense when you understand where they fit in the big story.
In this series of sermons we’ll pick out key bits of the big story, follow it and see how it all joins up so that in future, when you do dip in and pick out bits to read, you’ll know where they fit and you’ll be able to understand them the way God means you to understand them.
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