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  • Turn Or Burn Series

    Contributed by David Nolte on Oct 24, 2018

    Chapter two in Nahum which tells of God's supremacy

    “TURN OR BURN!” Nahum 2:1-13 & David P. Nolte Last week we noted that those who, by stubborn persistence in sin, make themselves God’s enemies will discover that He is a Formidable Foe. Nineveh was a stubbornly sinful city. But 140 years before Nahum came along, under the preaching of more

  • Nahum -- God's Specific Judgement Series

    Contributed by Paul Basehore on Nov 18, 2014
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    When God gives a warning, it's best to listen.

    Nahum - God’s Specific Judgment In August of 1939, Nazi Germany and the Soviet Union signed the Molotov-Ribbentrop Pact, which essentially promised that Europe would be divided among the two nations so long as they left each other alone. This pact held firm as nation after nation fell more

  • Don't Trample On God's Grace: An Overview Of The Book Of Nahum

    Contributed by Mark A. Barber on Feb 25, 2021
    based on 1 rating

    God had graciously spared Nineveh in Jonah's day. But their repentance did not last. Josiah started a reformation but it did not last either. Judgment awaits those who trample upon the grace of God.

    Don’t Trample on God’s Grace: An Overview of the Book of Nahum Introduction We continue our study in the Minor Prophets today by taking a look at the Book of Nahum. We don’t know all that much about the prophet. Nahum identifies himself as an Elkoshite, but scholars have difficulty identifying more

  • God Is The Lion-Killer (Nahum 2:1-13) Series

    Contributed by Garrett Tyson on Jan 12, 2022
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    God tells Israel He is killing the lion (Assyria) before He does it, so the people understand that this is not a lucky fluke. This is God, revealing his power and love for them.

    I'm not sure of the best way to describe our passage for today, Nahum 2. You could call it sarcastic, or mocking. You could call it a taunt. This chapter has the kind of bite you only find in people who have been badly hurt or offended by someone, and who anticipate getting to gloat over more