Month: May 2020

man leaning against a car, waiting

Giving Time out of Time

Despite science’s lack of understanding, we are acutely aware of our personal time, especially when someone asks for some of it for their endeavor.

A silver turtle trinket

A Trinket

while he was still an idolator, living in the city of Ur. God called him to leave family, friends, and the familiar to go into the wilderness, to a land that God would show him. Abram took God up on His offer.


Jesus in Deuteronomy, Conclusion

Moses spoke of a deliverer that was to come in the future. Tucked into the summary of the Law, in the eighteenth chapter of Deuteronomy, while referring to the punishment of false prophets, Moses gave a remarkable prophecy.


Deuteronomy: Hear, O Israel

The Law rests in the center of this book, nestled within the message of Grace which is found in the prologue and epilog. We need go no further to see Jesus in Deuteronomy than to see Jesus in the structure of this book

Tapestry of Peter and John at the Eastern Gate

Jesus in Deuteronomy

Our approach has been to unequivocally verify Jesus in each of the first five books of the Bible, the Pentateuch. We’ve exceeded our goal in Genesis, Exodus, Leviticus, and Numbers. Now we are going to focus on just two sites in Deuteronomy that beautifully foreshadow Jesus.

The Eastern Gate in Jerusalem

The Rock of Numbers

The Book of Numbers, part 2 – Well, we’ve seen Jesus, once again, in the book of Numbers. I hope we are more acutely aware that all the Scriptures speak to us about Jesus, our Savior.


Book of Numbers

The difficulties, battles, and temptations which the Church faces, have been choreographed to us through the Israelites travail in their wilderness journey from Egypt to Canaan. Their wilderness journey speaks to the Church.

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