90 Days Thru the Bible. A Devotional Journey from Walk Thru by Chris Tiegreen

By Chris Tiegreen

Develop a deeper dating with God and a deeper realizing of His note in exactly ninety days! you'll think the Bible's total message, yet have you ever actually grasped the full tale? occasionally figuring out the Scriptures turns out daunting. notwithstanding God's message of affection is straightforward, in order that even a baby may well embody it, His epic tale is advanced adequate to mystify even the main curious mind. We grab the items even more simply than we understand the whole.

In 90 Days through the Bible, acclaimed devotional author Chris Tiegreen and stroll through the Bible advisor you thru the main sections of Scripture, meditating on how every one tale and subject, just like the items of a puzzle, superbly contributes to God's nice tale. you are going to come to appreciate the guts of God, and the awe-inspiring tale he is telling, like by no means sooner than. With a 13-session consultant and dialogue questions for mirrored image, this can be the precise source for small teams, contributors, and church teams.

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After all, He created the world; He can do things for Himself. His goal is to relate to others. He wants hearts. That’s why the story of the Exodus begins with “so they can worship me” and ends with instructions on how to recognize God’s presence and follow His lead by watching the cloud by day and the fire by night. This book is a story of personal encounters. God sets us free so we can freely experience Him. Questions for Reflection How did the Israelites respond to God’s presence? In what ways do you think God wants to make His presence known in your life?

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Though these people who have been delivered specifically for the purpose of worshiping God will often fail at their task, the implications of their relationship with Him will play out through the rest of Scripture, even to the final chapter. Sinai is a major step toward restoring the intimacy lost in the Garden of Eden. But even as God implements this betrothal agreement, Aaron and the people of Israel are at the bottom of the mountain giving their worship to a false god. The golden calf episode seems to threaten this new covenant; adultery is never a good thing, and certainly not immediately after the engagement.

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