The invisible God of the universe wants to have a relationship with you! That fact should keep us all astonished all the time. But how does an invisible God reveal himself to and build a relationship with humanity? Nature, science, and reason are all general or natural ways God has revealed himself throughout history (general revelation), but God also chose to reveal himself at unique times and in special ways in human history (special revelation). The Bible and Jesus are God’s most intimate ways of revealing himself to us. The Bible contains the story of God’s unfolding revelation to Israel and then to the broader world. The plot line of the story is Creation, Fall, Redemption, and Recreation. The central figure in the story is Jesus…and us. Join us for the Year of the Bible as we journey together through the epic story of the Bible.
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I really appreciate the members of this church who read the Bible to me every day! They do a great job and it’s a great device to the kingdom of God. Thank you all so much. I drive a truck in Illinois and iowa and start my day with my Indiana neighbors every day!
I love that different people read different days. Some I have to work harder to understand others less so. I love the slip ups. The Bible is chock full of imperfect, broken people used by God for His glory over and over.
This is a great undertaking and I will be listening for the entire year. However, would it be possible to find another reader when it is Gary Kuhns (doubt I’m spelling that correctly) turn to read? I’m sure he is a great guy but his mumbling is very difficult to understand. All the other readers speak clearly and are doing a great job.
I am thrilled with any way to put scripture in front of people. But when the readers struggle so much with the Old Testament readings they laugh through it, I find it distracting. It shows that the readers don’t do a practice run first. This 365 was almost what I was looking for: the right translation, no commentary. But I’d prefer smoother reading, no background noise, and if I’m wishing, chronological story telling.
I’m enjoying listening to this so far this year! I like that it’s a different reader every day, which helps keep it fresh and keep me attentive. I think that’s the downside to something like the ESV Bible in a Year podcast — while still it’s great, I’d be afraid that the same monotonous voice would cause the reading to just fade into background noise for me. I’m also loving having the mixture of a reading from OT, NT, Psalms and Proverbs everyday! One question: what translation is this? Thanks t... more
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