Monthly Archives: January 2011

The Bible Experiment – Week Five – Monday

We’ve made it to the fifth week! You guys rock. Yesterday I entered the building where we currently hold worship services and without knowing it I was given a picture that felt right out of today’s reading. The person who was … Continue reading

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The Bible Experiment – Week Four – Weekend

This week the various elements of the tent of meeting are talked about along with the special garments that the priests wore when serving God. Next Sunday, (not tomorrow) we’ll be talking about holiness but both this portion of Exodus … Continue reading

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The Bible Experiment – Week Four – Friday

Take a deep breath. You’re doing great. Keep reading.

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The Bible Experiment – Week Four – Thursday

The reading today is loaded with measurements and instructions that at first glance don’t seem relevant to the modern believer. But what I’ve been doing is spending a little time thinking about the effort and care that they put into … Continue reading

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The Bible Experiment – Week Four – Wednesday

No one is to appear before me empty-handed.                                    Exodus 23:15 This verse stood out for me today. I realize that in context it is in relation to the various feasts and celebrations that God put into place but I … Continue reading

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The Bible Experiment – Week Four – Tuesday

Today the reading was about the Ten Commandments. We’ll talk about them on Sunday so I’ll save the space here. Please forgive my attempt at humor.  I can’t help it. I find Exodus 20:25-26 to be comical. Maybe when we … Continue reading

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The Bible Experiment – Week Four – Monday

After the Lord delivers the people, after the plagues, after the Red Sea, after the transition from slavery into freedom the Lord leads the people to a place called Elim. We’re told that there were twelve springs of water and … Continue reading

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The Bible Experiment – Week Three – Weekend

35 The Israelites did as Moses instructed and asked the Egyptians for articles of silver and gold and for clothing. 36 The LORD had made the Egyptians favorably disposed toward the people, and they gave them what they asked for; so … Continue reading

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The Bible Experiment – Week Three – Friday

Free day! Hey all, who knew that the time would fly so fast? I’m so excited I can’t stand it. Many of you have provided amazing testimonies about your experiences with the Bible Experiment so far and all I can … Continue reading

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The Bible Experiment – Week Three – Thursday

Today I want to take a quick peek at how God will use the things around us to reveal his power. He will often use the things that we think are strong or powerful to reveal his true power. We … Continue reading

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