Habakkuk

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The Book of Numbers 0002 - Lesson 7

Numbers is a book that deals with the walk of the Israelites in the wilderness. We learn that we are dealing with things on “this side Jordan.” It is a book that deals with our walk with God and His providential care for us.

Type: University Outlines

The Book of Numbers 0001 - Lesson 6

Numbers is a book that deals with the walk of the Israelites in the wilderness. We learn that we are dealing with things on “this side Jordan”. It is a book that deals with our walk with God and His providential care for us.

Type: University Outlines

Amos 0002 - Lesson 5

A Bible college course that deals with a verse-by-verse study of the Book of Amos

Type: University Outlines

Amos 0001 - Lesson 4

A Bible college course that deals with a verse-by-verse study of the Book of Amos

Type: University Outlines

The King Rejects His Queen

The entire book of Esther is about God’s providential care of His people.

Type: Sunday School Outlines

The Purification of the People

The children of Israel were to keep themselves separated from the other nations but, by intermarrying with the different nations around them, they had compromised and taken on their abominations. The answer for them, though it might seem harsh, was to separate from their heathen marriages.

Type: Sunday School Outlines

The Importance of Prophecy

Studies in Bible Prophecy Outline #1

Type: University Outlines

The Call of Samuel

After the record of the miraculous birth of Samuel in chapter one and the praiseful prayer of Hannah in chapter two (1 Samuel 2:1-10), we are introduced to the spiritual famine of this time – which is still the time of the judges.

Type: Sunday School Outlines

Saints Compared to Pilgrims

As saints of God we should have some things in common with a pilgrim. How are you like a pilgrim?

Type: Article

The Call to Renew Construction

The work on the temple has stopped because of opposition. However, even when the opposition has died down, the people do not get back to God’s house. They are concerned about building their own houses, working their own fields, taking care of their own stomachs. But things are not going well. It seems that no one can get ahead. Now comes two prophets of God: Haggai and Zechariah. They point out the real problem: they left the work of the Lord to feed themselves. Therefore, God has not blessed them. The answer is to return to the original work to which they were called: the rebuilding of the temple. The people hear the words of the prophets and they respond. The work on the temple resumes.

Type: Sunday School Outlines
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Daily Proverb

Proverbs 28:9

He that turneth away his ear from hearing the law, even his prayer shall be abomination.
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