Jonah: A Prophet Who Learned the Hard Way

Yes, I'm fascinated by the Old Testament prophets! While Isaiah, Ezekiel, Daniel and Jeremiah garner most of the headlines, God was just as faithful through other prophets. Yesterday, we focused on Habakkuk, a faithful prophet when not everything seemed perfect. Today, consider Jonah. You likely know the story, so here's my point today: God's grace …

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For Zion’s Sake – January 2019

Do you have New Year's resolutions? I'm not big on making resolutions, as most do not last more than a couple weeks. However, I am a goal-setter, as goals seem to motivate me throughout the year to press on in following the Lord's guidance. For me, goals may change and new ones definitely arise during …

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Yom Kippur: Shadow or Substance?

Sundown this evening will mark the beginning of the most solemn day on the Hebrew calendar: Yom Kippur (Day of Atonement).  Ten days of awe follow the recently celebrated Rosh Hashanah (Jewish civil new year) and lead into Yom Kippur.  These have been days in which the Jewish people have prayed, fasted and examined their …

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Signs and Instructions

Pull up a chair and get your Bible ready, study friends!  We're diving into it today. We have spent almost 11 weeks studying Israel, the covenants, end times and Jesus' return.  But I want to make one thing clear before we make practical application today.  Roughly 25-35% of the Bible is prophetic (depending upon what …

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