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Steve Davis
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Week Nine
As the people move into the Promised Land, God raises the stakes. The book of Joshua shows God giving unique battle strategies, holding people accountable in extreme ways, and paying attention to the minutiae as the Jews move into their new homeland. What j...
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Week Eight
Leadership transition can be difficult. Especially if the leader in question did things like part the Red Sea and write the Bible. For God's plans to redeem and restore His creation, the transition we'll see this week is second in importance only to Jesus h...
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Week Seven
This week we continue our legal studies with Deuteronomy.  There are some cool battle stories mixed in with the legal stuff, so there's that. As always with legal sections, one way to spice up the reading is to look for parallels between the law and Jesus. ...
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Week Six
You've heard some parts of the Bible are more difficult to read than others. For many people, the legal sections are among the most challenging. Well, this week is our first major introduction to the laws, ranging from the monumental sections like the Ten C...
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Week 5 Thoughts
A couple thoughts on the early part of Exodus. And yes, at one point I say "Moses' had stolen God's firstborn" when I meant "Egypt had stolen God's firstborn."
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Week Five
Abraham, Isaac, and Jacob are pretty famous. But this week we'll meet the guy who, aside from Jesus, is probably the best known person in the Bible. Say hello to Moses. And again, notice how the Bible isn't afraid to paint an unflattering portrait of him fr...
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Week Four
If you like good stories, you'll love this week. It might even be a good week to set aside a little extra time, grab a comfortable chair, and knock out a few days at once to really get into the flow. This is also a good chance to notice how the Bible tells ...
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Week Three
This week we wrap up the Gospel of John, then head back to the beginning with Genesis. In Mark mentioned three guys: Abraham, Isaac, and Jacob (Mark 12). They are collectively called The Patriarchs, and the stories of their families make up the rest of the ...
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Week Two
Back to the beginning.  The primary purpose of Genesis chapter one is to magnify the glory of God. As you read these first chapters, focus on how big a God we must be serving if He's able to accomplish the things being described--and how much He must love u...
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Week One: This week we'll be reading the entire book of Mark. Feel free to add your (reasonable, polite, family-safe) comments and questions. (Ignore the date at the top. That's just when I created this discussion page.)
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