sermons, teachings, and devotionals
How to Read the Bible Book by Book
The best way to have a good relationship with any of our family or friends is to really get to know them. We do this by listening to them, learning their likes and dislikes, and really spending time with them. In the same way, to have a good relationship with God our Father, we must spend time with Him. We do so in our prayer life, but also by studying the Bible – the true and only Word of God. PSBC family members participate in a Daily Bible Reading program every year. This year, we’re working from a Two-Year Bible Reading Plan, prepared by Stephen Witmer, to go along with How to Read the Bible Book by Book, by Gordon D. Fee and Douglas Stuart. If you would like a copy of this book, you can purchase it on Amazon or Christianbook.com – or contact PSBC and we’ll help you find one. And click the button below for your free downloadable copy of the Two-Year Bible Reading Plan.
Does the Bible feel confusing and complicated to you? Perhaps some of it feels familiar, but overall, does it feel impossible to navigate? Maybe you recognize the stories, but you just don’t know how they all fit together.
Yet they do fit together.
In her unique and remarkably readable way, Angie Smith—bestselling author of What Women Fear, Mended, I Will Carry You, and Seamless—helps you tie together all the loose, disconnected threads you find in the Bible, weaving them into a beautifully crafted storyline. After reading Woven, when it comes to reading Scripture, you’ll go:
- From confused to confident
- From lost to knowledgeable
- From separate stories to the One they are all about
Because once you see the big picture, you’ll see it on every page. Every time.
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Videos of the sermons will remain on YouTube after the Live-stream event has ended. Audio sermons can be found to the right, with the most current one at the top.
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