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Abraham Believed God

When Paul and Silas were in prison in Philippi, a jailer asked “what must I do to be saved?” Paul and Silas answered, “Believe in the Lord Jesus, and you will be saved, you and your household,” (Acts 16:30-31). In … Continue reading

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Trust and Obey

The familiar hymn, “Trust and Obey,” encourages us to trust in the Lord, come to Him in obedience, and submit to His will. This beloved hymn is right in its exhortation and encouragement to those who sing with the understanding … Continue reading

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A Summary of Judges

The book of Judges is a historical record of Israel’s initial years in the land of promise. Joshua had led the Hebrew nation into the land which God had promised to Abraham, Isaac, and Jacob. They had divided the land … Continue reading

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A Summary of Joshua

The book of Joshua picks up where the book of Deuteronomy ended. Moses has died and now Joshua takes over to lead the Hebrew people into the promised land. God encourages Joshua, as does the rest of the nation, by … Continue reading

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A Summary of Deuteronomy

After the sins of Israel and their rejection of God’s promises and the wilderness wanderings for 40 years, and that wicked generation dying off in the wilderness, it was time for a new generation to arise and enter the land … Continue reading

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A Summary of Numbers

The book of Numbers records the census of the children of Israel (Numbers 1:2). It provides the details of Israel in the wilderness. The Hebrews had been given the law and commandments at Sinai (Numbers 1:1). At the giving of … Continue reading

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Saved Like The Thief On The Cross?

One of the first arguments that people bring up when they object to the necessity of water baptism is the thief on the cross. Let’s recall the events of Jesus while on the cross. Jesus was placed between two criminals … Continue reading

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A Summary of Leviticus

The book of Leviticus is perhaps one of the most dreaded books for any reader out of the entire Old Testament, especially for modern-day readers. It was the book which defined the actions of the priests on behalf of the … Continue reading

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The Long History Between Israel and Amalek

As the children of Israel were in the wilderness headed to Mount Sinai there was an enemy that arose against Israel. The Amalekites fought with Israel and Moses sent Joshua to lead the charge against Amalek. Israel prevailed when Moses’ … Continue reading

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A Summary of Exodus

The book of Exodus continues the story of the family of Jacob. At the end of Genesis, Jacob’s family had felt the effects of a famine and sought help from Egypt. Through God’s providential care, Joseph had risen to prominence … Continue reading

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