The Story of the Bible

The Story of the Bible



Have you ever felt like you wanted to understand the Bible but it's just too big and complicated?
Have you ever started to read it but quit because it was confusing?

If so then you are just like almost everyone who ever started reading the Bible.   We want to help you get past the hump of confusion and truly understand the Bible.

In this four week series we will cover the major sections of the Bible.  Our goal is to do it in such a way that you have an overview of the whole Bible so that when you start reading a particular part, you understand how it fits into the whole!

Note:   The dates have been changed due to bad weather conditions.

January 27          Creation   Listen to this message here     Youtube Video here      Download PDF file of sermon notes
     In this message from Genesis 1-11 Pastor Hughes teaches why these chapters are so critical to understanding the rest of the Bible.  He teaches a summary or the content of these chapters.

February 3          Nation    Listen to this message here    Youtube Video here    Download PDF file of sermon notes
   In this message Pastor Hughes will teaches about the nation of Israel and why it is important.  He also begins to show the difference between the Old Testament part of the Bible and the New Testament.

February  10        Salvation   Listen to this message here  Youtube Video here    Download PDF file of sermons notes
     In this message Pastor Hughes intruduces Jesus and shows the conection between Him and the nation of Israel.  He also reveals the thread linking the book of Genesis through the Old Testament and to Jesus.  Finally Pastor Hughes show how Jesus is the way of Salvatioin for us today.

February 17          Mission     Listen to this message here     Youtube Video here   Download PDF file of sermon notes
     In this message Pastor Hughes teaches the message of the New Testament as it applies to the time from the beginning of the church until today and into the future. 







 


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