Q. I presented a minister with the following chronological problem which I said, if posed by an atheist, could become a challenge to biblical inerrancy:- 859 more words
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Day 3 of my Bible verse challenge.
Today a very unspiritual passage: 2 Kings 9.20.
King Joram, who allows idolatry (and is, therefore, a baddy), has been wounded and is recovering from his wounds in Jezreel when a lookout notices somebody approaching with troops. 174 more words
You know that old saying that lightning doesn’t strike twice well I know it does. Not only when Elijah is calling it. The corner of our home in Jo’burg was struck on numerous occasions and so I learnt that if a location is one lightning likes – it certainly strikes there again. 283 more words
“Shebuel’s brother from Eliezer, were his son Rehabiah, and then his son Jeshaiah, and then his son Joram, and then his son Zichri, and finally his son Shelomoth. 247 more words
2 Kings 8
1Now Elisha had said to the woman whose son he had given back to life, Go now, with all the people of your house, and get a living-place for yourselves wherever you are able; for by the word of the Lord, there will be great need of food in the land; and this will go on for seven years. 1,927 more words