Encountering God through Scriptures.

God is still speaking today. He speaks by the Holy Spirit through the Bible (God’s Word), through prayer, through circumstances, and through His Church.  Anytime that God speaks through His Word it is significant.  Do you have lost your sense that your Creator still chooses to speak to you?  He wants to speak to you.  He is just waiting for you to take a moment out of a busy schedule and read His Words to you.  Take a moment to consider the awesome reality that the God who spoke and created the universe want to speak with you and reveal Himself to you though the scriptures.  Why don’t you commit yourself to read through the Bible in one year or two years, so that you can get to know what your Creator has done and wants to do in you and through you.  As you commit, do approach the reading of your Bible with a holy expectation, listening for the life-changing words that God has for you?  

We suggest that you follow the simple steps as set out in the book my time with Him.

We suggest that you use the Bible Reading plan of Robert Murray M’Cheyne and read through the Bible in one year or two years according to our time available.
 
We suggest that you answer the following questions as you read and the Holy Spirit highlights a passage in scripture.
  • What is this passage telling me about God? (Father, Son or Holy Spirit) For example.  He is Holy or Love
  • What is this passage telling me about the purpose of God? What does God wants to do in me or through me or in the world?   
  • What will I experience (or freedom) in my life if I respond to this passage and the encounter with God?
  • What adjustments do I need to make I my life, marriage, family, ministry or business in order to experience this?
  • How will this affect me?
  • What do I need to do NOW?

Bible Reading plan of Robert Murray M/Cheyne
 
Robert Murray M'Cheyne (also known as McCheyne) was an early 19th century pastor and preacher in Scotland. Amongst his legacy is a well-known scheme for daily Bible reading. In its original formulation it takes the reader through the Old Testament once and the New Testament and Psalms twice per year. This means reading about four chapters a day, taken from different parts of the Bible. Click here

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