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God's Big Picture Unit 3: The Promised Kingdom

God's eternal plan to fix his broken world; shafts of light in the darkness of sin; and then a promise to one man that would set the agenda for the rest of history...

 

The God's Big Picture Bible overview course traces the story of the whole Bible from Genesis to Revelation to see how it all fits together, telling of God's wonderful plan to save the world through Jesus Christ.

Each of the 9 units consists of a 10 minute video followed by an hour long Bible study which you could do in a group at church or by yourself at home. The entire course is free to download here at Clayton TV.

 

Click to download this unit's video and this unit's printables (talk outline and bible study materials).

Click to download the whole course (all videos and printable material). At average download speed (10Mbps) this could take up to half an hour.

Click here to download a short printable 'How To Use God's Big Picture' guide.

The course is taught by Vaughan Roberts, author of the best selling book of the same name and is a must for anyone wanting to dig deeper into the Bible and comes in an accessible format with Vaughan as a helpful guide.

 

Length: 10mins

UNIT 3: THE PROMISED KINGDOM

It looks like it's all gone wrong but in unit 3 we learn that God has an eternal plan to save his people and restore his perfect creation. Reading on in Genesis we see that God, in his amazing grace, is going to send a saviour to rescue his fallen people. He then makes a foundational covenant or promise with one man, Abraham, which has implications for the rest of history. God promises to make himself a people through Abraham, to bring his people to a place and to bless them. As we see more of human sin and weakness we also see more and more of God's grace and we realise God's people cannot save themselves. Only God can save.

But questions abound... How will he make a people from an elderly, barren couple? Where is this land? And how can he restore the perfect relationships of creation?

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