2022 – September: Malachi
Malachi was the last of the Hebrew prophets. His name means, “The Messenger of Jehovah.” To read full article.
2020 – August: Samson
Samson was the seventh judge of Israel. His birth and commission to be a Nazarite were foretold by an angel, an honor given to very few in scripture. To read full article
2020 – March: Amos
Amos came from a time when several prophetic figures would arise. His ministry occurred during the reign of Jeroboam II (c. 776-763 B.C.), who was the son of King Jehoash of the Jehu dynasty. To read full article
2019 – December: Elisha
Elijah had been a faithful prophet of God. After exposing the false prophets of Baal, demonstrating that Jehovah was God, the Lord had more work for him to do. To read full article
2019 – December: Messiah
The expression “Jesus Christ” is the same as saying “Jesus the Messiah.” “Messiah” means to anoint or to smear with oil. To read full article
2019 – September: Elijah
Elijah was a prophet from Tishbe in Gilead—a historical region located east of the Jordan River in present day Jordan. His name means “Yahweh is my God.” To read full article
2019 – May: Deborah
The account of Deborah is found in Judges, chapters 4 and 5. Once again, the Israelites did evil in the sight of the Lord. To read full article
2018 – August: Ruth
A severe famine fell upon Israel, so Elimelech and his wife Naomi moved from Bethlehem to Moab. Then, Elimelech died and their two sons, Mahlon and Chilion, married Moabite women—Orpah and Ruth. To read full article
2017 – December: Immanuel is Born
“She shall bring forth a son, and shall call his name JESUS: for he shall save his people from their sins.”—Matt 1:21 Immanuel is a symbolic name, meaning “God with us.” (Isa. 7:14) To read full article
2017 – December: Caleb
After the exodus from Egypt, and following the giving of the Law Covenant at Mount Sinai, God led the Israelites to the southern borders of Canaan, the land of promise. To read full article
2017 – October: Joshua
Moses led the Israelites out of Egyptian slavery to the promise land. Unfortunately, Moses died while viewing the promised land from Pisgah. In his place God appointed Joshua to lead Israel into Canaan. Read the full article.
2017 – April: Job
Job’s life was one of integrity, sincerity and consistency. He reverenced God and worshiped Him. God blessed him with a large family, many possessions and the esteem of friends. Read the full article.
2016 – December: Moses
Many years after the death of Joseph, the nation of Israel had descended into slavery in Egypt until another individual arose who was led by God to deliver them. His name was Moses. To read full article
2016 – September: Joseph
As we study various characters in the Bible, we look to see how they were led of God, how they might inspire us, and how they reflect our Lord Jesus; character since many figures in the Bible are referred to, or picture our Lord Jesus. To read full article
2016 – June: Jacob’s 12 Sons
Jacob, later renamed Israel, fled from Esau to the land of his mother Rebecca where he providentially was guided to the household of Laban, his mother’s brother. To read full article
2016 – April: Jacob and Esau
“Two nations are in your womb, and two peoples from within you will be separated; one people will be stronger than the other, and the older will serve the younger.” (Gen. 25:23, NIV) To read full article
2015 – December: Isaac
Isaac was not Abraham’s first born son. Abraham was 75 years old when God made the promise to him, “I will make of thee a great nation.” (Gen. 12:2) To read the full article.
2015 – September: Abraham
Abraham is a key figure in Judaism, Christianity and even Islam. He is referenced more than 260 times in the Bible and over 70 times in the New Testament. To read the full article.
2015 – May: Fallen Angels and the Nephilim
Following Adam and Eve’s disobedience, man “began to multiply on the face of the earth” (Gen. 6:1). As earth’s population grew, some of the angelic “sons of God” saw that the daughters of men were beautiful. To read the full article.
2014 – December: Adam and Eve
Genesis is a book of beginnings: the beginning of the heavens and the earth, of plant and animal life, and as in the case of our lesson, human life. To read the full article.
2014 – December: The Logos
When the Heavenly Father was creating everything, after each creation we are told, “it was good” (Gen. 1:4,10,12,18,21,25). Everything created was perfect in God’s sight. To read full article
2014 – July: Our Heavenly Father
Mortal words cannot describe the majesty of the Heavenly realm. To read full article
2013 – December: Jesus Our High Priest
Our Lord Jesus has many names and titles, each related to the work he has or will perform. To read full article
2012 – December: Jesus the King
When our Lord Jesus rode into Jerusalem, he fulfilled this prophecy that foretold of him and his coming. To read full article
2012 – September: Ancient Worthies
The Apostle Paul in Hebrews 11 tells of many faithful individuals who lived during Old Testament times. To read full article