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00 JOSHUA – Claiming God's Promised Land – Intro and Outline
After Moses’ death the LORD told Joshua, “Cross this Jordan to the land!
Be strong and courageous!” By faith God’s people conquered the fortified cities
of the Canaanites (Josh 1-12). Their tribes divided the territory (Josh 13-22)
and pledged to heed Joshu...
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13 Hebrews 13 – Finishing Strong
What does it take to remain faithful to Jesus Christ, regardless of the
pressures and temptations that his followers face? It takes love, confidence,
contentment, compassion, and conviction. These are the very qualities we find highlighted
in Heb 13, which ...
13 Hebrews 13 – Finishing Strong
13 Hebrews 13 – Finishing Strong
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12 Hebrews 12 – Running and Winning the Race
There are no more thrilling, motivating, energizing words in the entire
Bible than these: “Therefore let us run!” The fact is that God has something
better in store for us than anything the OT heroes ever experienced. If they walked by faith, how much more ...
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11 Hebrews 11 – Faith – Cause and Effect
“We are not of those who shrink back to destruction, but of those who
have faith to the preserving of the soul” (Heb 10:39)! That powerful
exhortation leads us naturally to ask, “What is true faith anyway? How do we
know if we have it? Can you give us some ...
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10 Hebrews 10 – Because He DID, We Therefore MUST
How amazing and precious is the truth of our salvation! Jesus by his one
sacrifice accomplished what the multiplied offerings of bulls and goats never
could. The Mosaic Law contained only a shadow, not the very substance of God’s things.
Year by year, anima...
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09 Hebrews 9 – Sanctuary and Sacrifice: Shadow and Substance
Heb 8 introduced the basic contrasts between the old covenant and the new.
Now Heb 9 shows that the old tabernacle and sacrifices were just an earthly copy,
image, or facsimile of the heavenly realities contained in the new. No one
having seen a mere pictur...
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08 Hebrews 8 – Old and Obsolete vs. New and Improved
What if we were to ask the writer of Hebrews, “What’s the big deal here?” “What’s
the headline?” The answer appears in Heb 8: 1-2. “ Now the point (main
idea, lit. in Greek kephale, the
“head”) in what we are saying is this: we have such a high priest, one ...
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07 Hebrews 7 – Jesus’ Greater Priesthood – So Draw Near!
Hebrews 6 closed by noting that Jesus has become “a high priest forever according
to the order of Melchizedek” (Heb 6: 19-20) . That last phrase returned the discussion to what had
been noted in Heb 5:6, 10-11. A parenthesis followed, challenging the reader...
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Wine-Drinking in New Testament Times – Robert H. Stein
The following
article was written by Robert H. Stein to describe the use of wine in the first
century. The source of the article is noted at the end of this post. ------- As evangelicals we
maintain that the Bible is for us the only infallible rule of faith...
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The Most Clever Thief - Ann Landers
The following
essay appeared in Ann Landers’ column in the Chicago
Tribune and other newspapers on July 28, 1993. She reprinted it on that
occasion in response to a reader’s request. I have included that reader’s request
at the end of this post. The Most Cl...
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