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5 Great Things: (#3) The Great Responsibility
Johnny Ramsey was one of the instructors when I attended Brown Trail School of Preaching. One of his classes was General Epistles (James – Jude). He taught us to remember each chapter by one key point. He provided the following … Continue reading
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The Little Maid (Young Israelite Girl Saves Syrian Commander)
She is called “a little maid” (KJV) or “a young girl” (NKJV). She had been torn from her home, a young Israelite girl, taken captive by the Syrians. She was placed in the service of Naaman’s wife (2 Kings 5:1-2). … Continue reading
Posted in Christian Influence, evangelism Tagged 2 Kings 5, book how to lose a kindom, daniel, ezra, kindness, leprosy, little maid, michael whitworth, mordecai, Naaman, nehemiah, slave girl, syria Leave a comment
Prophecy: Squeezed In A Vise
Have you ever felt like you were being squeezed in a vise? Life is not always easy. Job’s assessment: “Man who is born of women is of few days and full of trouble” (Job 14:1). Sometimes this trouble comes from … Continue reading
Posted in Endurance, evangelism, History, Prophecy, Soul Winning, Suffering, Textual study Tagged 1 maccabees, 2 Maccabees, alexander the great, antiochus epiphanes, antiochus III, antiochus IV, bardiya, cambyses II, cassander, cyrus, cyrus II, Daniel 11, darius I, darius the mede, division of greece, don simpson, egypt, gaumata, greece, gubaru, herodotus, king of the north, king of the south, kings of persia, lysimachus, persecution, persia, prohecy:, prophecy series, psuedo smerdis, ptolemy, remember the big picture, responding to difficulties, rex turner sr, roxana, seleucus, seleucus IV, smerdis, squeezed in a vise, syria, teaching others, ugbaru, xerxes Leave a comment
Prophecy: Virgin Birth – A Study of Isaiah 7:1-16 (Part 1)
The background to this chapter is this: Assyria is pushing westward, conquering territory, and quickly becoming the dominant world power. Under these circumstances, two old foes, Syria and Israel, form a league for mutual protection. The two then try to … Continue reading
Posted in Jesus, Prophecy, Textual study Tagged 2 Chronicles 28:22-25, 2 Kings 15:30, 2 Kings 16, 2 Kings 16:9, age of accountability, ahaz, assyria, Deuteronomy 1:39-40, Deuteroomy 6:16, double fulfillment, dual fulfillment, emmanuel, ephraim, franklin camp, holland, immanuel, isaiah, Isaiah 7, isaiah 8:4, israel, israel and syria, jedidiah, joseph and mary, judah, Leviticus 12:1-8, Luke 1:80, Luke 2:22-24, Luke 2:52, Matthew 1, Matthew 1:20-23, niv, one child or two?, prophecy, Psalm 78:18, remnant, remnant shall return, russia, shear-jashub, shearjashub, Solomon, syria, the netherlands, tom wacaster, trust in God, ussr, virgin birth Leave a comment