How is the prayer of Jonah at the heart and center of the Christian faith? Click here to find out!
How is the opening chapter of Jonah deeply ironic? Click here to find out!
Is the book of Obadiah just another oracle against Edom, or is there more going on than what meets the eye? Click here to find out!
How do the last few verses of Amos fit in with the rest of the book? Click here for our last session on this fascinating prophet!
How does the severe judgment upon the people of Israel in this chapter relate to the person and work of Christ? Click here to find out!
Why does God change his mind about punishing Israel at the beginning of this chapter, but then refuse to hold back judgment at the end of the chapter? Click here to learn more about this fascinating book of the Bible!
What kind of justice rolls down like water, and what kind of righteousness flows like an ever-flowing stream? Click here for Dr. German’s Christ-centered reflections on this central chapter of Amos.
What do we mean by God’s “alien” work for the sake of his “proper” work? Click here for more of our study of Amos, who continues to shed light on this question in some rather striking ways!
How does the powerful beginning of the book of Amos relate to Christian worship and preaching today? Click here to listen as we tackle the next prophet in this rich collection of God’s word!
“Psalm 22: The Quintessential Psalm of Lament (Part 2)”
How does the book of Joel offer a timeless model of repentance? Click here to find out as we wrap up our study of the second prophet in the Book of the Twelve.
Why is the end of Joel 2 such a fitting text to be quoted at Pentecost? Click here for that and much more as we continue our study of the second prophet in the Book of the Twelve.
What does “the day of the Lord” have to do with the Christian life? Click here for more on Joel’s powerful preaching as we take a look at the second chapter of his book.
How does the book of Joel provide us with a fitting “response” to the end of the book of Hosea? Click here for Dr. German’s Christ-centered reflections on the opening words of the second minor prophet.