Abide Bible – Day 4 in The Gospel of John

January 28, 2021
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Day 4

Where do you look for deeper meaning of Scripture?

While Bible commentators can speak to our mind, artists can speak to our soul.

Artists can provide a different perspective of God’s Word. They are able to look at a passage and produce a sculpture, stained glass, or painting and draw us into a passage of Scripture for deeper meaning.

During today’s devotion, engage God’s Word through art, specifically Pieter Bruegel’s painting The Harvesters.

How did today’s devotion impact you?

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7 replies on “Abide Bible – Day 4 in The Gospel of John”

I am thrilled with this study. You are teaching wonderful tools to help bring scripture alive for those who study His word.

I have been totally equipped and transformed ever since I started this journey of 21 days with the abide Bible. Still on the 3rd day but there is massive improvement so far.

Although the harvest passage and painting are great, the part I enjoy more and would like to see expressed artistically is vs. 14. With today’s technology in animation, what would it look like to see a believer drinking water that “will become in him a spring of water welling up to eternal life.”? Jesus gives such a visual description of living water that you can almost see and feel it.

Shannon, it’s wonderful how you’re engaging with the text so visually and personally! Thank you for sharing.

Enjoyed the scripture and the art. The questions really made me look deep into the art work and see things I would not ordinarily look for or at. The scripture passage gave me a better understanding of the message Jesus was trying to get across. Also showing his disciples that you don’t eliminate people just because they are different.

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