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Old Testament 39

CONCLUSION 2:  Following Noah’s lineage leeds us to Abraham.

God began with Abraham to establish his family of believers.  
(Abraham descendants became the nation of Israel.   178 more words


The Hebrews: From the Call of Abraham To The Passover

Moses is given credit for authoring the first five books of the Old Testament. These books cover the history of the Hebrew people, spanning from their earliest ancestor Adam, down through their experiences as slaves in Egypt, their exodus from Goshen, and their wanderings during the 40 years before they entered Canaan, the promised land. 1,363 more words

Tellit On The Mountain

God Is Faithful

The faithfulness of God is true and has been proven many times. In the “Holy Scriptures,” we can see that God is faithful and His Word is true. 336 more words

Michael's Daily Wisdom

Experiencing Killing Lincoln

Experiencing Killing Lincoln

Bill O’Reilly…  He is the controversial figure with his own segment (The O’Reilly Factor) on Fox News.  Some may hate him, some may love him, but we all must agree after reading Killing Lincoln, a retelling of Abraham Lincoln written in 2011,  he is an amazing writer. 368 more words


Genesis 11:27-12:9

The story of Abram marks the beginning of God’s specific plan of redemption.  With the narrative of his life Genesis changes from a general history of the world to a specific account of one people.  3,143 more words

Bible Notes

Israel’s Rejection and God’s Purpose

But it is not that the word of God has taken no effect. For they are not all Israel who are of Israel, 7 nor are they all children because they are the seed of Abraham; but, “In Isaac your seed shall be called.” 8 That is, those who are the children of the flesh, these are not the children of God; but the children of the promise are counted as the seed.

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The Bible

Saved From Money

In Jericho, Jesus had one final encounter (160).  Zacchaeus, a wealthy chief tax collector there, wanted to see Jesus.  But he was a short man & couldn’t get a good look at Jesus over the crowd. 147 more words