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Category Archives: Hebrews
For church last Sunday, I watched John MacArthur’s service on the Internet, then I watched the service of the church that I normally attend. It was supposed to rain last Sunday morning, so I stayed home. But it turned out … Continue reading
Dr. Kathy Stewart. Hebrews: It’s Not How You Start—It’s How You Finish: A Study Guide to the Most Encouraging Book in the New Testament. Bloomington: WestBow Press, 2013. See here to buy the book. As the title indicates, this book … Continue reading
I recently finished Philo’s Special Laws I for my daily quiet time. Yesterday, I moved on to Special Laws II. Philo was a first century C.E. Jewish thinker in Alexandria, Egypt. He interpreted the Torah in light of Greek philosophy. … Continue reading
I recently read the Testament of Abraham for my daily quiet time. The Charlesworth Pseudepigrapha dates it to the first-second centuries C.E. E.P. Sanders, in his editorial introduction to the work, argues that it has an Egyptian Jewish background. In … Continue reading
For its Bible study, my church is going through The Easter Experience: What If What Happened Then Changes Everything Now? Last night, we did Lesson 3, “My Pain Is Understood.” The point of the lesson was that Jesus understands whatever … Continue reading
Hebrews 10:23-25 states (in the King James Version): “Let us hold fast the profession of our faith without wavering; (for he is faithful that promised;)And let us consider one another to provoke unto love and to good works: Not forsaking … Continue reading
As I’ve done my daily quiet time in the Book of Deuteronomy, I’ve thought about a view that one of my relatives has. According to my relative, people in this day and age can be saved, but they cannot be … Continue reading
I read the itinerary in Numbers 33 for my daily quiet time. What I’d like to write about today is the goal of life. I started by thinking about the broad-sweeping history in the Hebrew Bible. When did it come … Continue reading
I have two items for today, both of them related to my daily quiet time in the Book of Numbers: 1. In Numbers 19, we see the law concerning the red heifer, whose ashes are mixed with water to purify … Continue reading