Old Testament #6 – Noah

“When it starts raining, it is too late to begin building the ark. … We … need to listen to the Lord’s spokesmen. We need to calmly continue to move ahead and prepare for what will surely come. We need not panic or fear, for if we are prepared, spiritually and temporally, we and our […]

Old Testament #2 – “Thou Wast Chosen…”

“God himself, who sits enthroned in yonder heaven, is a man like one of you. That is the great secret. If the veil were rent today and you were to see the great God who holds this world in its orbit and upholds all things by his power, you would see him in the image […]

4 Ways to Break a Bad Scripture Study Habit

I asked our Sunday School class how they felt about the classic board game ‘Monopoly’, and they responded mostly in unison that they HATED it. There were a few fans in the audience, but by and large, people were just over it and had little interest to play. I probed to find out why, and […]

Video Presentation: “The Way of Yahweh”

  The following is a 5-part video introducing the Hebrew root system of language composition and how it is used to infuse meaning within multiple layers of words in the Hebrew Bible (a.k.a. “Old Testament”). From the author: “We view the Bible from a western abstract perspective and view such Biblical words as law, commandments, […]

Old Testament Lesson #0 – An Introduction

A friend told me that this would be the year she actually read the Old Testament for Sunday School. Everything was going fine…until she got about 6 chapters in and finds stories about drunken prophets, cursed familial bloodlines, and questionable or detestable intimate relationships. The further she dug, the worse it got. So what do we […]