In this recap over the last two weeks we see the reality of the world around us present in the Bible, we also see the best of Game of Thrones and any other TV drama! It's all right there to read, with no story covered up. This is what we need to recapture in the Christian Faith; the reality of what it says, the reality of what it speaks of and in to.
We continue through the audio Bible in a year into week 18. This week we continue through the life of King David, but we not only observe and hear about it, we also get an insight into his mind through the writing and inclusion of the Psalms throughout each day. For everyone who has recently joined us, get in touch via email@example.com
We continue through the audio Bible in a year, continuing the story and 'adventures' of King David, from his recapturing the ark, to the battle victories and victorious Psalms, to the increasing of Israel's territory to his adultery. Every person so far in the Bible seems to have their flaws
In this recap we look back over the last two weeks and the change of Kingship within Israel from Saul to David. We also see the benefits of the chronological version of the audio Bible in a year as the Psalms intertwine with the story of David. If you have any questions or queries please get in touch with me via firstname.lastname@example.org
We're into week 16 of the audio Bible in a year, reading through the end of 1 Samuel and into 2 Samuel with the corresponding chapters of Chronicles. The story of David, as we go through these next few weeks, is central to the story of the Israelites and the Old Testament.
We continue the audio Bible in a year into week 15 and the book of 1 Samuel during the reign of King Saul. This reign comes to an end in dramatic fashion and there arises a new King in Israel. It is during this week that we see more use of the chronological version as the Psalms are intertwined with this book.
In this recap at the end of week 14 we look back over the time when 'everyone did as they wanted' (Judges 17:6). This seems to be the theme of these past two weeks but in the midst of it God continues to work. We look at this specifically through the bizarre and horrific story of the Levite and the Concubine. If you have any questions or queries please get in touch
Our recap at the end of week 13 reflects over the last few weeks and also includes our Easter message