Psalm 1: Bible Experience

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Title: Heart of the Andes Artist: Frederic Edwin Church (American, Hartford, Connecticut 1826–1900 New York) Date: 1859

Psalm 1 paints a vivid picture: Be like a strong, watered tree, not flimsy chaff in the wind. It’s all about choosing wisdom over wickedness, and the blessings that come with it. Both poetic and practical.

Scripture is not only full of interesting stories about other people’s lives, it is a way that God talks to us and leads us in our own lives. Perhaps you’ve been thinking about starting a Bible reading rhythm. Well, this is the sign you’ve been looking for.

A beautiful way to come to a fuller understanding of scripture is to read it in community. Want to give it a shot?

Each week, we’ll post a new Genially room for you to explore. It will have one chapter of scripture to read, videos, artwork and more. Once you’ve looked around, leave a comment with something that interested you, surprised you or questions that came up.

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