Tag Archives: Old Testament

Update on Worship 10-20-2013

The focus for the last few weeks at the church I attend has been to encourage reading the Bible on a regular basis. Each sermon message was about how the Bible is a story of God and all about us. … Continue reading

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Good Things Happen to Good People

At the second feast as recorded in Esther 7-8, Esther request that her life be spared and the life of her people be spared. Esther’s open identification with her people emphasized to the king that it was people close to … Continue reading

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Questions for Reflection – James 1-2

I just finished a journey through the book of Malachi which gives a graphic picture of the closing period of the Old Testament history, showing that great reforms were needed to prepare the way for the coming Messiah. As a … Continue reading

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Vision of Victory

The Old Testament ends in the book of Malachi with a hopeful message that we can all look forward to each day. Until the day when Christ returns or when we are called to heaven, we can live in joy. … Continue reading

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Looking Forward to The Day

The Old Testament ends with victory for those who believe and continue to honor God. While expecting His gracious promise to be fulfilled each day, we can be thankful, give effort, be disciplined, and care for neighbors. Two types of … Continue reading

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