Contributed on Jan 9, 2007
Where do you see Jesus in the Old Testament? He’s everywhere! Take the blinders off and just look!
This year we are reading through the Bible together, looking for Jesus Christ in the text. For a reading schedule through the Bible chronologically, please go to our web site: smcoc.homestead.com/files/Bible_Reading_Schedule_Links.htm The Bible opens with these words: In the beginning God ...read more
Contributed on Jan 20, 2007
Job’s misery was a rough path to a grand finale. Job was God’s man for the mission of putting Satan in his place. Wealth, health, family and friends are no foundation on which to stand, only faith.
Today, as promised, we will complete the book of Job. Last week we left him in the midst of his misery with three friends who came to "comfort" him. Remember, when we met Job, he was wealthy and seemed healthy, he walked with God blamelessly, and he deeply cared about his 10 children and ...read more
Contributed on Jan 30, 2007
The Christian has two spiritual fathers: God and Abraham. The blessing and promises of God to Abraham become our inheritance in Christ!
The God of Abraham, Isaac and Jacob, the God of our fathers… Why do you hear this line so often in the Bible? Who are these men of God, and what makes them so important that their names are scattered all over the Bible in both the old and new Testaments? They are all forefathers of Jesus ...read more
Contributed on Feb 3, 2007
The greatest man of the Old Testament had a rough start. It’s amazing what God did with his life and what God can do with your life, too.
How would you describe Moses’ relationship with God? Listen to what God says at one point when Aaron and Miriam speak against Moses: Numbers 12: 6 He said, "Hear now My words: If there is a prophet among you, I, the LORD, shall make Myself known to him in a vision. I shall speak with him in ...read more