The Bible in 14 Sentences
This series looks at 7 key themes in each of the Old and New Testaments, including the following:
OT: creation, Abraham, Exodus, David, prophets, Good News, authentic worship
NT: Kingdom, cross, grace, covenant, Spirit, and completion.
Completion – All Things New
Revelation 21; 1 Cor. 15 — A look at the here-and-now implications of our future restoration by God: being and bearing first fruits in the world.
The Holy Spirit
Romans 8:6-14; Acts 1-2 — Throughout all of scripture, the Holy Spirit is God’s power and presence with us and for us, leading us to obedience.
Abraham, Jesus, and Me
1 Peter 2:9-10 — We are blessed to be a blessing, to share the Good News and enact God’s love, mercy, and justice in the world.
The Gift of Grace
Ephesians 2:1,4-10 — Grace is a gift from God that calls forth a response of gratitude and obedience.
The Cross of Christ
Luke 9:18-25 — A look at the meaning and the implications of Jesus’ death on the cross.
The Kingdom of God
Matthew 13 — Jim Hinton teaches on the Kingdom of God.
The Lord is My Shepherd
Psalm 23 – The Lord cares for us, even in the darkest times and places.
Bringing Good News
Isaiah 52; Romans 10 — God’s goodness and faithfulness are Good News to those who are struggling.
Prophets and the Fruit of Faithfulness
Micah 6:6-8 — God desires our faithfulness, expressed in acts of mercy, justice, and humility.
David and the Forever Kingdom
2 Samuel 7:8-16 — God established the roots of His eternal Kingdom with David, ultimately fulfilled by Jesus, of the line of David.