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How the Bible Works: The Bible is Trustworthy

Psalm 19:7-11, Matthew 4:4, Deuteronomy 8:3

How does the Bible "work"? What is its purpose? Where did it come from? How did we get it? Can we trust it? What does it mean for me? Join us as we wrestle with these (and other) questions as we survey the entire Bible together.

Communion

Each week, as we gather together, we celebrate Jesus' defeat of death. Even as we are physically separated, we still proclaim this victory. His death and resurrection are our hope in even the worst of circumstances!

You may not have easy access to the normal emblems of this "meal" but you can use what you do have, just as Jesus did. During the course of His last meal with His disciples, He took the bread and wine that were a normal part of their Passover meal and gave them a new significance as they were made to represent His body and blood, given for our rescue. Take some time to thank Him today.

Offering

We also want to take time to give in recognition of how He has provided for our physical needs and as a statement of our faith that He will continue to do so. The easiest way to do that right now is to use this link to give online.

Tuesday Q & A

If you have questions about today's message, please text them to 307-316-2023 and we'll follow up on this week's Q & A video at 11:15 on Tuesday.