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What difference do you think this makes in your motivation to read and study it? 4. What can you do this week to improve your Scripture study? 1 Henri J. M. Nouwen, The Living Reminder: Ser vice and Prayer in Memory of Jesus Christ (New York: HarperCollins, 1977), 66. 2 Eugene Peterson inspired my study of the Hebrew word hagah in his book Eat This Book: A Conversation in the Art of Spiritual Reading (Eerdmans, 2006). CHAPTER 3 The Bible: The Whole Story Most people are bothered by those passages in Scripture which they cannot understand; but as for me, I always noticed that the passages in Scripture which trouble me most are those which I do understand.

They’d stop at one painting, look at it from every angle, notice the fine details, take pictures, and write notes in their journals. A gazer might spend an hour in front of a single piece of art before moving on to the next. In the same way, I’ve noticed two types of Scripture students. Glancers read the Bible quickly, but they don’t take the time to understand how all the stories fit together. ” Meanwhile, gazers take their time by reading and studying, seeking to understand how God’s story intersects with their own stories.

God is willing to perform incredible miracles in order to bring the top line of the Abrahamic covenant to pass. God Remembers His Covenant Just as God told Abraham, the people of Israel were enslaved by Egypt for more than four hundred years. But God didn’t forget his covenant with Abraham (Exodus 2:23–25). Can you imagine waiting four hundred years for this promise to come to pass? Some say we are the impatient and entitled generation. We want our food fast, and we expect it to be value sized.

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