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The way we “color” in the lines of Bible reveals our understanding of the text. The colors and life of the text come from Holy Spirit. The shading and depth come from studying the things around the text, like languages, history, and culture. All of this together impacts our relationship with God and how we represent Him to others.
The video walks through two examples of how we mis-color the Bible from Genesis 3 and Revelation 3.
Balance of these three things.
If any one of these is isolated and excluded from the rest, we get into trouble. Extreme but real examples.
How do we encourage balance? How do we grow in these areas individually?
As you look at your own knowledge and understanding of the Bible, as you look at your relationship with God, as you look at how you represent Him to others, what is missing from the picture?
Is it the black and white absolute lines of the Bible? Is it the color and life of the Holy Spirit? Is the the shading and depth of knowing the history and culture of the of them people, places, and times of the Bible?
What is the next step for you in having a colorful, vibrant, deep, and eye popping understanding of God’s word, relationship with Him, and the ability to represent Him to others?
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