We at Grace Bible Church in Grants Pass are reading Our Daily Bread and the Bible together this year using one of the following Daily reading plans. Please pick a reading plan and join us.
Our Daily Bread. If you are prone to putting booklets down and “forgetting” where they are, here is an idea. Go to http://ourdailybread.org click the subscribe button, and then click to have the daily devotional sent to your email or smart phone. Now you can’t forget. There it is, in your in-box. For me, this has added a blessing to “checking the mail.”
We are reading the Bible together using one of four daily reading plans.
The New Testament reading plan will take you through the New Testament in a year, with weekends off to reflect on what you have read, or catch up if need be.
The Read the Bible plan is just that - Genisus through Revelation.
The Chronilogical reading plan will take you through the bible as it was written.
New and Old Testament Bible Reading for the Year will take you through the Bible in a year reading some of each every day.
These reading plans are available in the vestieule. Please pick one up and join us. They also make great bookmarks, so you won't loose your place in your Bible.
The link to the Bible Gateway is provided as an easy way to look up your choice reading with plenty of research available .
Last week’s theme:
To eliminate prejudice, we must first know what we’re looking for.
Prejudice—Simply put it is making judgments about someone in advance—Forming opinions on the basis of preconceived ideas or assumptions
3 principles of prejudices that might be in our hearts
1. The root of prejudice is pride
2. The rationalization for prejudice is tradition
3. The rehabilitations from prejudice is painful
Last week’s challenge:
Are there prejudices in your life?
The theme this morning is:
Change is hard but when God is directing it, we must follow
3 lessons we learn for this story about change
1. Some changes are inevitable
2. Any change requires adjustment
3. Every change must be examined in the light of the Bible
Our challenge this week:
Is God pointing out something in your life that needs to change