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Typologies. . . Jacob and Esau

This is a repost of a Facebook status I made a while ago, but with a few add-ons. Still, this is some good revelation and its worth having in your 

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Typologies. . . Crossing Over. . . (part 1)

Crossing the Red Sea

First, before I tackle this typology, please understand that this is a revelation that comes in two halves. Both halves require entering into something. 884 more words

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Typologies. . . The Ark of the Covenant

The Ark of the Covenant

The Ark of the Covenant represents us. Crazy, right?

In 1 Corinthians 6, Paul tells the church of Corinth that our bodies are the temple of the Holy Spirit. 1,442 more words

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Typologies. . . The Wilderness

The Wilderness

The Wilderness represents the sin of unbelief that Jesus paid it all. Let me make clarification before moving on, based on the Old Testament’s Levitical laws and the Mosaic laws, unbelief is not a sin. 721 more words

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Typologies. . . Introduction

Hi guys,

I’m gonna be sharing on the subject of typologies through the use of this blog. My hope is that 1). those who believe in the Lord can grow by seeing our Christian walk throughout Old Testament examples, and 2). 217 more words

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Typologies. . . Egypt


Egypt in the Old Testament is a typology of bondage and slavery to sin. In Egypt, there was only one person being served, which is pharaoh. 358 more words

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Introducing Steve Tyler

Inspired by the idea of mass consumption and concerned about how much we waste on our daily basis, photographer Steve Tyler gathered items collected from friends and relatives in order to create a set of images which he organised in grids of 81.  211 more words