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Guidelines Bible Reading Notes: Sept-Dec 2018

Guidelines  Bible Reading Notes: Sept-Dec 2018
Guidelines is a unique Bible reading resource that offers four months of in-depth study written by leading scholars. Contributors are drawn from around the world, as well as the UK, and represent a stimulating and thought-provoking breadth of Christian tradition. Instead of the usual dated daily readings, Guidelines provides weekly units, broken into at least six sections, plus an introduction giving context for the passage and a final section of points for thought and prayer.
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'Who do you say that I am?' This question is put by Jesus to his disciples and is considered by Steve Motyer as he brings us to the conclusion of his studies on Mark 1-8. It is a question that as disciples we are always facing, and as ministers of the gospel we constantly need to refresh our understanding. We do this by re-engaging with the scriptures, which are our source of insight. Advent and Christmas provide us with a great opportunity to do this. There are several weeks within these notes which help us achieve this. There is Andrew Lincoln's examination of the flourishing or abundant life which Jesus came to bring us. This offers us an amazing insight into John's Gospel and the incarnation. Along with this, there is the introduction to Luke's Gospel by Steve Walton, looking at the Advent chapters, and my attempt to provide a more in-depth context for appreciating the nuances of the birth of Jesus by considering other 'special births' within the scriptures. Other highlights include; Obadiah & Nahum (Miriam Hinksman), Sharing Possessions (Fiona Gregson), Lamentations (Kate Bruce) and much more.
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