Contributed on Dec 21, 2017
The genealogy of Jesus. The ladies in the genealogy of Jesus.
The Scandalous skeletons in Jesus' Genealogy - Ruth Matt:1-17; Ruth 1-4 It’s easy to think of the Christmas story simply as Mary, Joseph, and Jesus nestled closely together in a crowded barn with shepherds gathering to worship the newly born King. And while this is a beautiful, and perhaps ...read more
Contributed on Dec 1, 2017
The gentile ancestors of Jesus. The list of women in an all male genealogy of Jesus.
Buried in the genealogy of Jesus in Matthew chapter one is a gospel treasure. That treasure is five women. The Gospels include two genealogies of Jesus - Luke 3:23–38 and Matthew 1:1–17. Luke’s version traces our Lord back to Adam, placing him over the family of mankind. Matthew’s list establishes ...read more
Contributed on Dec 10, 2017
The female ancestors of Jesus. The women in the line of Jesus with a notorious past.
Matthew 1:1-17; Joshua 2:1, 3; 6:17-25; Matthew 1:5; Hebrews 11:31; James 2:25 We are still looking into the genealogy of Jesus as mentioned in Matthew chapter 1. Our emphasis in this study is Rahab. The genealogy of Jesus given in Matthew is in the Bible to let us know that He had a ...read more
Contributed on Dec 15, 2017
Explains the reason for the angel's announcement to the shepherds. Who were these shepherds.
The Shepherds and the birth of Jesus. Luke 2:1-20 When John the Baptist saw Jesus coming to him while he was baptising, he exclaimed, “Behold the Lamb of God, which takes away the sin of the world” (John 1:29, KJV). Before we look at the famous statement by John the Baptist upon seeing ...read more
Contributed on Jan 12, 2018
The description of the women in the genealogy of Jesus.
The scandalous women in the genealogy of Jesus - Bathsheba. Scripture References—2 Samuel 11:2, 3; 12:24; 1 Kings 1:11-31; 2:13-19; 1 Chronicles 3:5 ; Matthew 1:1-16. In Matt. 1:1-16 we find “the forgotten chapter of the Christmas story.” It is a genealogy—a list of names, most of them ...read more