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GOD CHANGES LIVES ONE CHAPTER AT A TIME

MATTHEW 5: GOTTA DO BETTA THAN THE PHARISEES!

A big key that helps understand the Sermon on the Mount is to pay attention to Jesus saying, “For I tell you that unless your righteousness surpasses that of the Pharisees and the teachers of the law, you will certainly not enter the kingdom of heaven. In this post Greg Taylor points to six ways Jesus declares that we are to "surpass the form of righteousness" practiced by religious people.

GENESIS 9: GOD'S NEVER AGAIN

In today's Journey Bible Project Blog Chris Altrock shows us the sign of the rainbow after the flood is one of the ways God remembers.

    GENESIS 8: GOD REMEMBERS

    Chris Altrock is a frequent guest writer on The Journey blog and is a spiritual director, the author of seven books, a father to Jordan and Jacob, a husband to Kendra, and has preached for the Highland Church of Christ since 1998. Today Chris shows how God remembers!

      MATTHEW 5: YOU ARE BLESSED

      Over the years The Journey preacher Greg Taylor has studied, prayed through, memorized portions of the Sermon on the Mount, but more than anything else, he has started to think and pray about how to live it as a “field manual for Doing what Jesus Says in the Sermon on the Mount."

      MATTHEW 5: SALT AND LIGHT

      Jesus calls us salt and light. He expects us to live into these images. What does that mean? Read today's Bible Project blog by Greg Taylor and find out!

      GENESIS 7: RE-CREATION

      Chris Altrock is a frequent guest writer on The Journey blog and is a spiritual director, the author of seven books, a father to Jordan and Jacob, a husband to Kendra, and has preached for the Highland Church of Christ since 1998. Today Chris explains how we can learn to live re-created lives!

        GENESIS 6: FORGETTING GOD THE VERY LEAST YOU CAN

        Chris Altrock is a frequent guest writer on The Journey blog and is a spiritual director, the author of seven books, a father to Jordan and Jacob, a husband to Kendra, and has preached for the Highland Church of Christ since 1998. Today Chris shows us how we can forget God the very least we can.

          GENESIS 5: THE FIRST EPITAPH

          Chris Altrock is a frequent guest writer on The Journey blog and is a spiritual director, the author of seven books, a father to Jordan and Jacob, a husband to Kendra, and has preached for the Highland Church of Christ since 1998. Today Chris asks, "What will be your epitaph?"

            MATTHEW 4: JESUS IN THE WILDERNESS

            Matthew 4 tells the story of Jesus in the wilderness. In this blog you will see how the wilderness experience of Jesus reminds us of the wilderness wandering of Israel, but Jesus does not fail, and shows us how to resist the evil one.

            MATTHEW 3: THE BAPTISM OF JESUS

            In today's Journey Bible Project blog, we remember that the baptism of Jesus is a huge moment, and it's important to be aware that this is the first time we see a very real, visual image of what the early church would later call the "Trinity." The Trinity is not a word in the Bible but refers to the presence of God as one in three persons: Father, Son, and Holy Spirit. 

            GENESIS 4: LIVING IN THE LAND OF ENCHANTMENT

            Chris Altrock is a frequent guest writer on The Journey blog and is a spiritual director, the author of seven books, a father to Jordan and Jacob, a husband to Kendra, and has preached for the Highland Church of Christ since 1998. Today Chris writes about Genesis 4 and what Charles Taylor calls "The Land of Enchantment."

              GENESIS 3: THE FALL

              God made all of creation and calls it "good," and humans he calls "very good." God creates and reigns as king over creation, yet God also comes down and walks with humans in intimate dialogue. The Fall is the beginning of human sin, rejecting the intimacy of God, distancing ourselves from God, and choosing self-rule rather than God's rule.

              GENESIS 1-3; MATTHEW 1-2: WEEK 1 GROUP GUIDE

              In this post you'll find a discussion guide for Bible studies on Genesis 1-3 and Matthew 1-2 written by Journey Bible teacher, Jo Morton.

              GENESIS 2: DEEPER IN CREATION

              In Act 1 God creates and rules as King of creation but immediately he walks with humanity in dialogue. In Act 2 humans choose self-rule over God’s rule and human pride rises like Babel and sin spreads like the Noah flood. In this blog for The Journey's Bible Project in four years, Greg Taylor shows how humans were given a gift of choice and chose self rule.

              GENESIS 2: RESTING IN THE RESTER

              Would you like more rest? In today's Journey Bible Project blog, Greg Taylor finds rest in more than God as a Rester but also in His other qualities portrayed in Genesis 2.

              GENESIS 1: GOD CREATES A GOOD CREATION IN LOVE

              The Journey is starting The Bible Project September 3. The big idea is to read, study, teach and learn to live the Bible in four years. Join this blog as we share a daily reading, thought, and prayer that will take us through the Bible together in four years.

              MATTHEW 2: VISIT OF THE MAGI

              Matthew's account of the birth of Jesus is not the one we typically read at Christmas, so it's a good one read when it's not Christmas, as we are starting The Bible Project.

              MATTHEW 1: BEGINNINGS OF THE KING

              We begin four year journey through the Bible with a bang: a long list of names from Matthew 1:1-17. Are we really going to read this and preach on it? Why? Because we miss a huge piece of Matthew's possible intent when we skip over what is called the "Genealogy."

              THE BIBLE PROJECT READING PLAN

              Four years to read the Bible and change our lives! In this post you can see the digital version of The Journey Bible Project Reading Plan for the first year, beginning September 3, 2017.

              MATTHEW: VIDEO INTRO BY THE BIBLE PROJECT

              The Journey appreciates The Bible Project for producing these excellent videos to introduce the Bible books, and we have placed them on our web site by permission from The Bible Project.

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