This past Sunday one of our adult leaders was talking about a friend of his who could fix clocks. Many times he would fix a clock by simply taking the gears out, cleaning them, and putting them back in again. It sounds simple enough, but you must know just how to do it. Another leader said he fixed a clock once. He took it apart and couldn\u2019t get it back together. He said, \u201cI fixed it alright \u2026 so it would never run again.\u201d It\u2019s amazing how all those gears in a clock go together. If you put them inside in just the right way, everything works together like \u2026 well, like clockwork. The Bible is the same way. It all goes together. I can\u2019t recall how many times I\u2019ll teach a lesson in youth group and refer back to pastor\u2019s sermon that morning. Neither lesson was planned together nor from the same passage, but they compliment one another. I was in the church nursery on Sunday morning with little Parker. We started to look through a kid\u2019s Bible book together. We didn\u2019t read it, but looked at each picture. \u201cThat\u2019s Adam and Eve. Sin came into the world through them so we need to be saved.\u201d \u201cThat\u2019s Noah. God used him to save the animals and enough people to replenish the earth.\u201d \u201cThis is Moses as a baby. God would use him to save Israel from the Egyptians.\u201d \u201cAnd that\u2019s David. God used him to save Israel from Goliath and he later became king and would save Israel from other enemies. Jesus came through him.\u201d \u201cLook at the lions, Parker. Daniel is there. God saved Daniel from the lions.\u201d \u201cWow! See that fish. God used a fish like that one to save Jonah from drowning.\u201d \u201cThat baby is baby Jesus. He came from God and is God. He came to die on a cross and save us from our sins.\u201d Salvation. It\u2019s all through the Bible. God\u2019s working out His story \u2026 just like clockwork.