The Bible is a collection, a whole library of books, each of the 66 books forming one part of a larger whole. One of the many surprising things about the Bible is the unity of the message across many types of writing, recorded over thousands of years, spaced across thousands of kilometers, and incorporating the lives of millions of people.
The What's the Story sermon series is an ambitious attempt across a number of years (started in 2016) to preach an overview of EVERY book of the Bible. We come to the Major Prophets as the last four books in the Old Testament... How do these books take up their part in telling the Big Story of Scripture. What's the key to the major prophets?