The Journey (12 of 17) by Miles McPherson
This content is part of a series.The Journey (12 of 17)
Series: The Royal
…bibles this morning, say word. Let's see your pens, lesson plan. Let's turn to 1 Peter 2, 1 Peter 2, 1 Peter 2 all the way in the back. Let me pray for you while you look for that. I'll just pray when you open it up it will just be right there.
Lord thank you so much for your word. Thank you that it's living and active, sharper than a two edged sword. Thank you that it discerns the thoughts and intents of our heart and we thank you that it's all we need, that we may be what you created us to be and I pray that you guide and direct us as we study, as we learn it, as we read it. In Jesus' name, Amen!
Um I was on a plane trip a few months ago and I was talking to one of the male stewards and we were just talking about stuff and I ended up telling him I was a pastor and talking about God and reading the bible and, and he says to me, and I told him I was wanting to write a devotional bible for a year which I do want to do one day and he said to me - I want to, I want to get that bible. When you finish it here's my contact information because the bible's so complicated.
And it broke my heart because people a lot of times don't read the bible as much as they should. Matter of fact how many of you all wish you would read the bible more and understand it better? Amen! And it broke my heart because it's, it's the book that God has given us, a very special book and so I said - You know I need to do a series on how to understand the bible.
And so starting today we are going to take a journey to learn how to read the bible and it's based on this story called The Royal. Everyone say royal, and the Royal is a story about a young boy who is born into this royal family and his father and mother died and then he was mentored by this old sage or old wise man and the wise man is gonna mentor him and teach him how to take over his father's kingdom, how to live i ...
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