God’s Handwriting

A handful of scenes in the Bible portray God as a writer as well as a speaker.

He writes on tablets in Deuteronomy, on a wall in Daniel, in the sand of John’s Gospel, on our hearts in Paul’s letters, and in the Book of Life found in Revelation.

Seen altogether, we discover in God’s compositions a stunning advancement toward grace. “For we are God’s “poetry”, Paul told the Ephesians (2:10) – using the Greek word from which we get “poem.” And God’s poetry gets passed down throughout human history in transformed lives.

For five weeks this Spring in our series, “God’s Handwriting”, we’ll survey the various pages where God chooses to write. Join us in that phenomenal outdoor pavilion on the harbor, at the Baltimore Museum of Industry each Sunday at 10am.

After all, as Philip Yancey once said about writing and God, “Composing words on paper is one thing…creating sacred works of art out of human beings in quite another!”

Writing on Human Hearts – Part I
Pastor Bob Bingham
Jeremiah 31:31-34
May 1, 2022

Writing on Human Hearts – Part II
Pastor Bob Bingham
2 Corinthians 3:1-6
May 8, 2022

Writing on the Tablets – Come Close to the Fire
Jamon Bailey
Deuteronomy 5:4-6
May 15, 2022

Writing on the Wall – One Cup Too Many
Jamon Bailey
Daniel 5:1-6, 25
May 22, 2022

Writing in the Sand
Pastor Bob Bingham
John 7:53-8:11
May 29, 2022

Writing in the Book of Life
Pastor Bob Bingham
Revelation 20:11-15
June 5, 2022