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Context, Context, Context

When the Bible was written there weren’t chapters and verses. Let that sink in for a minute. If you wanted to find a specific passage you couldn’t search through the book until you found the right numbers, you had to read until you found what you were looking for. While it’s a lot more convenient to be able to look up verses when we want them, it is easy for us to fall into the trap of ignoring the words that come around our favorite passages and miss what the authors were originally trying to say. This summer we’re going to look at some of the most popular passages that we so often take out of context and seek to remind ourselves of the first meanings that we might be missing out on.

June 3 – “I Don’t Know, Can You?” Philippians 4:13

June 10 – “You (All),” Jeremiah 29:11

June 17 – “Breaking Chains,” Luke 4:18

June 24 – Matthew 5:18 and Luke 6:20

July 1 – Andrew Out, Dr. Robertson preaching

July 8 – “Be Careful what you Wish for,” Luke 11:9

July 15 – “Good, Gooder, Goodest,” Romans 8:28

July 22 – “What Time is It?” Ecclesiastes 3

July 29 – “Too Much to Handle,” 1 Corinthians 10:13

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