What is your first experience with the Bible? You are encouraged to respond by email or comments to this question as Greg will use these responses as research for his new book and possibly contact you for an interview.
This post by Greg R. Taylor is about how Ezra, a man that his own book says had “the hand of God upon him,” did three basic things. He devoted himself to study, he observed what he studied, and he taught what he studied and lived.
This story is about reading the times, but not the New York Times necessarily. The story is about reading the times but not specifically about reading culture and being aware of what’s happening in the world. The story is about reading the times of God’s story, hearing God’s voice in Holy Scripture daily in a way that connects with the date. Reading the times is a method of using the date to connect with Scripture.
This is a powerful excerpt of Deuteronomy 3:21-29 where Moses is rebuffed by God, an example of prayer that is simply cut off with God saying, “That’s enough. Don’t ask me again.”