Christmas represents far more than just shiny packages beneath the tree. It’s a significant celebration of the birth of Jesus.
When you hear the expression “It’s raining cats and dogs,” you don’t run to the window expecting to see animals falling from the sky! It’s just a figure of speech—common to our modern English language.
We use figurative speech all the time to help emphasize a point we’re trying to get across. We’d recognize a touch of exaggeration in a statement like “She’s been gone forever,” and interpret it without hesitation.
Being a student of the Bible is essential for the follower of Christ. But even the most knowledgeable scholar occasionally comes across a difficult passage.
It’s important to get a handle on the historical context of the Bible so we’re better able to apply the Scriptures to our lives today!
The story of God’s people is written all throughout the Bible. It’s designed to introduce you to the Scriptures in a deeper way!
There’s a lot that took place between the Old Testament and the New Testament. And when we understand this important time period, we see the New Testament Scriptures in a whole new light.
An in-depth look at the transition period between the Old and New Testaments starting with a devout religious group called Pharisees.
Bridging the gap between the Old and New Testaments by looking at God’s plan of salvation throughout the entire Bible. Salvation isn’t limited . . . it’s for all people in all generations!
Ever come across a passage in the Bible that just doesn’t make sense? Let's look at Mathew 18, verses 19 and 20.
Revelation 3:20 says, “I stand at the door and knock. If anyone hears My voice and opens the door, I will come in . . .” For those of us who have grown up in the church, we know this passage by heart, and assume we know what it means.
Have you ever thought you were on top of the world, doing great at work, at home, only to find out that things weren’t as perfect as they seemed? Let's look at Revelation 3, verse 20.