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Bible teaching, examining evidence for God's supernatural hand in the Bible
Bible teaching, examining evidence for God's supernatural hand in the Bible

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Psalm 124 is a Psalm of King David, calling on the people of Israel to recognise that it is the LORD who has preserved them as a people, and the LORD, the Maker of heavens and earth, is the only One who can set them free. Psalm 124 is the fifth of the fifteen Psalms of ascent (Psalm 120 to Psalm 134). This is the ninth session in a seminar series called 'Bringing sons to glory'.

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Psalm 123 is the fourth of the fifteen Psalms of ascent (Psalm 120 to Psalm 134). This video is the eighth in a series called 'Bringing sons to glory' ... an exposition of each of the Psalms of Ascent ... examining the Hebrew text line by line. Psalm 123 is a call for the LORD to bring His power into our situation where we are held in contempt by the powers of darkness.

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There is a watermark of God in Scripture. It is God's seal ... proof that the Bible writings are supernatural. We examine design features in the 15 Psalms of Ascent (Psalms 120-134). The numeric patterns do not over-ride the meaning of the plain text of the Bible. They do not reveal hidden meanings, but they also could not have occurred by chance. This is Session 7 in a seminar series called 'Bringing sons to glory'.

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Psalm 122 verse 6 says to pray for the peace of Jerusalem. This is the only place in the Bible where a particular Hebrew word is translated 'pray'. It actually means something more than asking for there to be an end to conflict in Israel. We discover that this is linked to King Saul and to Saul of Tarsus, the apostle Paul. Learn what is the LORD's heart for Jerusalem and for Israel.

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Jerusalem is in the center of the world, according to Ezekiel 5:5. Psalm 125:2 notes that there are mountains surrounding Jerusalem, and Isaiah 2:2 says that one day the mountain of the Lord's Temple, in Jerusalem, will be established as the chief of all mountains. What does this mean?

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Psalm 121 is the second Psalm in the Psalms of Ascent. It is all about The LORD. We ask the question: who is "the LORD"? Is this Jehovah or Yahweh or YHWH or Yahua? Why are there different names for Jesus? Is it Jesus or Yeshua? We examine Psalm 121 in English and we also look at the Hebrew text to understand the Hebraic thought in the Psalms of Ascent. This is Session 4 in the series "Bringing sons to glory".

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Gilgal and the city of Jericho are biblical sites just north of the Dead Sea, the lowest place on earth, where the Jordan River ends. Jesus passed through Jericho on His way to Jerusalem to the pilgrim feasts of Israel. There is spiritual significance in both Gilgal and Jericho. Gilgal and Jericho are mentioned many times in the Bible. We examine the meaning of both words, and the symbolism of Gilgal and Jericho. This is Session 3 in a seminar series called "Bringing sons to glory".

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Psalm 120 is the first of fifteen Psalms of ascent (Psalm 120 to Psalm 134). This teaching examines the original Hebrew text and presents spiritual insights for believers in Jesus. This is Session 2 in a seminar series "Bringing sons to glory".

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In John 10:34 Jesus was speaking to Jews when He said: "Scripture says: 'You are gods'."  The Jews were very human in their behavior ... not at all god-like.  What did Jesus mean?
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