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NOTE: This CD Series is being sold without a case or artwork. CDs will come in paper sleeves.

SERIES OVERVIEW
In a meeting. At dinner. On the golf course. No matter when or where you hear the familiar "ding" of your cell phone, a text message gets your immediate attention. You're compelled to pull the phone out of your pocket and read it. But what if God sent you a text message?

In this 3-part series, Andy Stanley says that God has, in fact, sent you a message--it's called the Bible. In this amazing collection of writings, you'll find poetry, prophecy, biography, war, sex, and betrayal. And most importantly, you'll find the story of a loving Father who goes to incredible lengths to redeem his children.


PRODUCT FORMAT
3 Audio CDs > Playable in a CD Player or Computer

MESSAGE TITLES
1. Ding
2. 2GTBT (Too Good to Be True)
3. RYB! (Read Your Bible)


At the dinner table. During a church service. In the middle of a business meeting. It doesn’t matter where you are or what you’re doing, we cannot ignore a text message. So you’ll discreetly try to pull out your phone and read it. Why? Because they are personal. They are relevant. They convey immediate information. They are from someone you know. We receive text messages on a daily basis. But are we reading the texts sent from God?
THINK ABOUT IT
If we had given half the attention to God’s Word that we normally give to our everyday text messages, it might have made a huge difference in the way we view most things in life. We may have avoided our greatest regrets if we had allowed the truths of the Bible to guide our lives. Because reading and meditating on God’s Word informs our conscience and shapes our values. God has texted us. Are we going to read it?
WHAT WILL YOU DO?
This week read the following passages:
Monday: Psalm 1; Tuesday: Psalm 119:9-16; Wednesday: Psalm 119:33-37
Thursday: Psalm 119:97-104; Friday: Proverbs 2:1-6 Psalm 119:97-105


The Bible. Hundreds of people live by it. Thousands of people have their morals shaped by it. But how many people actually bother to read it? On the surface, the Bible may seem like an irrelevant book from an ancient time. But inside the covers, the Bible is a collection of books that tells a singular story of redemption, a message that is as relevant today as ever. It’s a story of a loving God that, when read, may seem 2G2BT (too good to be true).
THINK ABOUT IT
The Bible is the most extraordinary book in the world. Countless lives are changed by it. When read, it challenges us to think differently about ourselves and the world around us. As we begin to read the Bible and see as God sees, we are then empowered to do as God says. So all that’s left is actually picking it up and reading it.
WHAT WILL YOU DO?
This week read the following passages:
Monday: Exodus 20:1-20; Tuesday: 2 Samuel 11:1-26; Wednesday: 2 Samuel 12:1-22
Thursday: Psalm 51:1-19; Friday: John 8:1-11, Psalm 119:89


For many people, the Bible sits on a shelf collecting dust in a lonely corner of their home library. Yet inside its pages, God speaks truths that not only inform our lives, but also transform our lives. So why not be pro-active and take some steps to RYB (Read Your Bible)? In doing so, you put yourself in a posture to listen. And who knows….more times than not, he may speak to you in a way that changes your life.
THINK ABOUT IT
We all get feedback from a variety of sources relating to our lives, our relationships, and our decisions. The Bible is your opportunity to get feedback from your creator, the one who loves you more than anyone. It’s always available? So why not RYB?
WHAT WILL YOU DO?
This week, spend a couple minutes at a specific time at a specific place with a specific plan to read the Bible.

NOTE: This CD Series is being sold without a case or artwork. CDs will come in paper sleeves.

SERIES OVERVIEW
In a meeting. At dinner. On the golf course. No matter when or where you hear the familiar "ding" of your cell phone, a text message gets your immediate attention. You're compelled to pull the phone out of your pocket and read it. But what if God sent you a text message?

In this 3-part series, Andy Stanley says that God has, in fact, sent you a message--it's called the Bible. In this amazing collection of writings, you'll find poetry, prophecy, biography, war, sex, and betrayal. And most importantly, you'll find the story of a loving Father who goes to incredible lengths to redeem his children.


PRODUCT FORMAT
3 Audio CDs > Playable in a CD Player or Computer

MESSAGE TITLES
1. Ding
2. 2GTBT (Too Good to Be True)
3. RYB! (Read Your Bible)


At the dinner table. During a church service. In the middle of a business meeting. It doesn’t matter where you are or what you’re doing, we cannot ignore a text message. So you’ll discreetly try to pull out your phone and read it. Why? Because they are personal. They are relevant. They convey immediate information. They are from someone you know. We receive text messages on a daily basis. But are we reading the texts sent from God?
THINK ABOUT IT
If we had given half the attention to God’s Word that we normally give to our everyday text messages, it might have made a huge difference in the way we view most things in life. We may have avoided our greatest regrets if we had allowed the truths of the Bible to guide our lives. Because reading and meditating on God’s Word informs our conscience and shapes our values. God has texted us. Are we going to read it?
WHAT WILL YOU DO?
This week read the following passages:
Monday: Psalm 1; Tuesday: Psalm 119:9-16; Wednesday: Psalm 119:33-37
Thursday: Psalm 119:97-104; Friday: Proverbs 2:1-6 Psalm 119:97-105


The Bible. Hundreds of people live by it. Thousands of people have their morals shaped by it. But how many people actually bother to read it? On the surface, the Bible may seem like an irrelevant book from an ancient time. But inside the covers, the Bible is a collection of books that tells a singular story of redemption, a message that is as relevant today as ever. It’s a story of a loving God that, when read, may seem 2G2BT (too good to be true).
THINK ABOUT IT
The Bible is the most extraordinary book in the world. Countless lives are changed by it. When read, it challenges us to think differently about ourselves and the world around us. As we begin to read the Bible and see as God sees, we are then empowered to do as God says. So all that’s left is actually picking it up and reading it.
WHAT WILL YOU DO?
This week read the following passages:
Monday: Exodus 20:1-20; Tuesday: 2 Samuel 11:1-26; Wednesday: 2 Samuel 12:1-22
Thursday: Psalm 51:1-19; Friday: John 8:1-11, Psalm 119:89


For many people, the Bible sits on a shelf collecting dust in a lonely corner of their home library. Yet inside its pages, God speaks truths that not only inform our lives, but also transform our lives. So why not be pro-active and take some steps to RYB (Read Your Bible)? In doing so, you put yourself in a posture to listen. And who knows….more times than not, he may speak to you in a way that changes your life.
THINK ABOUT IT
We all get feedback from a variety of sources relating to our lives, our relationships, and our decisions. The Bible is your opportunity to get feedback from your creator, the one who loves you more than anyone. It’s always available? So why not RYB?
WHAT WILL YOU DO?
This week, spend a couple minutes at a specific time at a specific place with a specific plan to read the Bible.