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The Bible tells the story of who God is and how He redeems His people through the provision of His Son.
“Though God is beyond our comprehension, we can know him and speak meaningfully about him because he has revealed himself to us in the written and living word.”
James Hamilton
On any given day there are close to a half million kids in foster care in the US.
Every 9 minutes child protective services substantiates or finds evidence for a sexual abuse situation agains a child.
According to World Health Organization, every year in the world there are an estimated 40-50 million abortions.
This corresponds to approximately 125,000 abortions per day.
That means more than one abortion per second.
Genesis chapter 2 pictures God and man in perfect relationship.
God’s people in God’s place under God’s rule experiencing His blessing.
Illustration - Tsunami of the Indian ocean showed us a picture of paradise laid waste in a cataclysmic even.
How do we move from
The story of the Bible tells us that something has gone terribly wrong.
The story of the Bible tells us about an ancient villain.
The story of the Bible tells how the villain assaulted the people of God by attacking the word of God.
The story of the Bible tells about the villain’s attack on God’s word.
He wants you to doubt God’s word.
He wants you to disbelieve God’s word.
“Did God Actually”
He wants you to disobey God’s word.
The story of the Bible reminds us that everyone answers to God.
The story of the Bible teaches that God saves His people through judgment.
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