What does the burning bush teach us about the nature and character of God? Click here for that and more as we continue our study of the “Top 40” texts!
How does the near sacrifice of Isaac give us a nice window into the person and work of Christ? Click here to find out as we continue our study of the “Top 40 Texts”!
How is the call of Abram a picture of the church of all times and places? Click here to find out!
What does this chapter teach about the nature of sin and how God plans to deal with it? Click here for more of our journey through the “Top 40 Texts” of Scripture!
How does God continue to create in ways that show how he will save? Click here to find out as we tackle our next “Top 40 Text”!
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How is this chapter an awesome conclusion to the Book of the Twelve? Click here to find out as we wrap up our study of this fascinating collection of Scripture!
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Who is the “messenger” in Malachi, and why does this matter for the church of all ages? Click here to find out!