SIMPLE SYMBOLS: Salt

One of the most valuable ways to teach new truth is to link it to old truth. If you can relate something I DON’T know to something I DO know, I have a chance to learn. God knows this. And God is a wonderful teacher. Perhaps this is why Scripture is filled with common items being used to illustrate profound truth. This series will highlight some of the Bible’s great metaphors, considering what God wants us to discover about Him, about ourselves, and about His Kingdom.

TODAY’S LESSON: Salt

SIMPLE SYMBOLS: Bread

One of the most valuable ways to teach new truth is to link it to old truth. If you can relate something I DON’T know to something I DO know, I have a chance to learn. God knows this. And God is a wonderful teacher. Perhaps this is why Scripture is filled with common items being used to illustrate profound truth. This series will highlight some of the Bible’s great metaphors, considering what God wants us to discover about Him, about ourselves, and about His Kingdom.

TODAY’S LESSON: Bread

SIMPLE SYMBOLS: Body

One of the most valuable ways to teach new truth is to link it to old truth. If you can relate something I DON’T know to something I DO know, I have a chance to learn. God knows this. And God is a wonderful teacher. Perhaps this is why Scripture is filled with common items being used to illustrate profound truth. This series will highlight some of the Bible’s great metaphors, considering what God wants us to discover about Him, about ourselves, and about His Kingdom.

TODAY’S LESSON: Body

SIMPLE SYMBOLS: Coins

One of the most valuable ways to teach new truth is to link it to old truth. If you can relate something I DON’T know to something I DO know, I have a chance to learn. God knows this. And God is a wonderful teacher. Perhaps this is why Scripture is filled with common items being used to illustrate profound truth. This series will highlight some of the Bible’s great metaphors, considering what God wants us to discover about Him, about ourselves, and about His Kingdom.

TODAY’S LESSON: Coins

SIMPLE SYMBOLS: Stones

One of the most valuable ways to teach new truth is to link it to old truth. If you can relate something I DON’T know to something I DO know, I have a chance to learn. God knows this. And God is a wonderful teacher. Perhaps this is why Scripture is filled with common items being used to illustrate profound truth. This series will highlight some of the Bible’s great metaphors, considering what God wants us to discover about Him, about ourselves, and about His Kingdom.

TODAY’S LESSON: Stones

SIMPLE SYMBOLS: Stars

One of the most valuable ways to teach new truth is to link it to old truth. If you can relate something I DON’T know to something I DO know, I have a chance to learn. God knows this. And God is a wonderful teacher. Perhaps this is why Scripture is filled with common items being used to illustrate profound truth. This series will highlight some of the Bible’s great metaphors, considering what God wants us to discover about Him, about ourselves, and about His Kingdom.

TODAY’S LESSON: Stars

SIMPLE SYMBOLS: Fire

One of the most valuable ways to teach new truth is to link it to old truth. If you can relate something I DON’T know to something I DO know, I have a chance to learn. God knows this. And God is a wonderful teacher. Perhaps this is why Scripture is filled with common items being used to illustrate profound truth. This series will highlight some of the Bible’s great metaphors, considering what God wants us to discover about Him, about ourselves, and about His Kingdom.

TODAY’S LESSON: Fire

SIMPLE SYMBOLS: Wind

One of the most valuable ways to teach new truth is to link it to old truth. If you can relate something I DON’T know to something I DO know, I have a chance to learn. God knows this. And God is a wonderful teacher. Perhaps this is why Scripture is filled with common items being used to illustrate profound truth. This series will highlight some of the Bible’s great metaphors, considering what God wants us to discover about Him, about ourselves, and about His Kingdom.

TODAY’S LESSON: Wind

SIMPLE SYMBOLS: Light

One of the most valuable ways to teach new truth is to link it to old truth. If you can relate something I DON’T know to something I DO know, I have a chance to learn.

God knows this. And God is a wonderful teacher. Perhaps this is why Scripture is filled with common items being used to illustrate profound truth.

This series will highlight some of the Bible’s great metaphors, considering what God wants us to discover about Him, about ourselves, and about His Kingdom.

TODAY’S LESSON: Light