Friday, 25 October 2013

Read your Bible Better - Study Alongside With Me.

I chanced upon this brilliant series "Dust to Glory" by R. C. Sproul and thought it will be a good idea for the readers of the blog to learn, discuss and share what we each have gained from the teaching of R. C. Sproul.

Here's the plan, every week, we will listen to one podcast and I will post my reflections and thoughts about that podcast, anyone can join in and post a comment to contribute to this suggestion.

This series will start next Fri (1st Nov).

Why we are doing this
This series aims to give a big overview of the Old and New Testament, in my own personal experience the most discouraging part of bible reading comes when I don't understand what it's saying and where it's bringing me. I've found that by know the big picture/structure of each book., it makes bible reading slightly more bearable (see for example the book of Job).
Hopefully by the end of this series, it will create a greater thirst for the Word of God, the source of our life.

If you need the link for the subscription to the podcast it can found here.

Hope to see you join this discussion!

In the meantime, here's a synopsis of this series taken from Ligonier Ministry.

Dust to Glory
Join Dr. Sproul on a unique study tour as he explores the major themes, events, and people that are brought to life in the Bible. Dust to Glory provides a panorama of biblical truth and a starting point to help you understand the content of the Bible. Dust to Glory can energize your study of the Bible, provide you with new insights, and improve your ability to read, understand, and apply Scripture to your life.

“I believe that Dust to Glory  is the most important teaching tool Ligonier has produced,” says Dr. Sproul. “It is our prayer that it will serve you in your desire to grow in the knowledge and love of God. As Christians, we are called to be people of the Word. My hope is that Dust to Glory  will encourage, stimulate, and assist you to master the Scriptures so that the Scriptures may master you.”