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28 Aug 2018 Isaiah (Program #5)

Isaiah (Program #5) – The Salvation of Jehovah to His Beloved People and the Nations (4)

In spite of the rebellion, inequity and corruption of His chosen beloved people Israel, Christ is still sitting on a high and lofty throne in His glory.  In the midst of this corruption and inequity God showed His prophet Isaiah this exalted Christ.  When everything surrounding us is disappointing and discouraging, we too can see Him on His glorious throne.  Stay with us today for this majestic view of the Christ in glory on this life study of the Bible.

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09 May 2018 1 & 2 Kings (Program #12)

1 & 2 Kings (Program #12) – The Reign of Jehu Over Israel

Many prominent figures of the Old Testament are important not only because of the actual events associated with their lives historically but also because they represent or typify something greater and more significant than themselves.  For example, in the New Testament, Moses still typifies the law and similarly Elijah represents the prophets.  Of course, Moses and Elijah were godly and used by Him to advance His purpose in the Old Testament age.  But there is another Old Testament figure that was utterly evil and led God’s people into idolatry and inequity and is also referred to in the New Testament typifying the idolatry and inequity that still consume many of God’s people today.  Today we come to consider the evil prophetess Jezebel from the books of 1 & 2 Kings.

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