The Book of Genesis Ch. 12-50 Explained with Illustrations by The Bible Project

Jun 02

In part 2 of the illustrated explanation of Genesis, we will get an overview of the key people: Abraham, Isaac, Jacob, and Joseph. God promises to bless Abraham’s family line, so the rest of Genesis explores the events of Abraham’s family. Genesis doesn’t gloss over things, either. It portrays flawed, sinful people, but it also depicts how God...

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The Book of Genesis Ch. 1-11 Explained with Illustrations by The Bible Project

Jun 01

You’re probably familiar with at least some of the contents of the Book of Genesis, but do you know how each of the parts relate to the overall scheme of what God is doing in the world? Most of us have a difficult time seeing the big picture of things happening in the Bible. Fortunately, the guys at The Bible Project have put together a great explanation of...

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The Parable of the Unmerciful Servant

May 12

Jesus told a parable or story of an unmerciful servant. This servant refused to forgive, even after being forgiven much. It’s a good reminder to all of us. After all Jesus has forgiven us, we can surely forgive the offenses of others.   Read this parable and then watch the fun video below.   Then Peter came and said to him, “Lord, how often shall my...

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The Gospel of Matthew (Chapters 14-28) Explained with Illustrations by The Bible Project

May 05

In the first half of the Gospel of Matthew, Jesus announced the arrival of God’s Kingdom and He began to bring the Kingdom into people’s lives as He interacted with individuals. The second half of the Gospel of Matthew shows the opposing expectations about what the Messiah would be and the conflict escalates into a clash of kingdoms leading to the death...

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The Gospel of Matthew (Chapters 1-13) Explained with Illustrations by The Bible Project

May 04

Have you ever looked at a typical outline of a book of the Bible? Did it mean much to you? Outlines may contain valuable information, but it’s not in a form accessible to most people. It’s not the way we think. Charts tend to be much clearer because the visual structure and the relationship between ideas is easily understood and remembered. A step up...

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