I. Vs. 32-35 - God’s deeds demonstrate that he is supreme.
II. Vs. 36-39 - God’s people experience his special gifts.
III. Deuteronomy leads to Christ.
IV. Belief in one God demands total allegiance.
2 Samuel 21-24
I. Reviewing Some Themes from 1&2 Samuel
II. Reflections on David’s Song of Deliverance
III. Refreshment from the Reading of God’s Word
2 Timothy - The Promise of Life in the Face of Death (2 Timothy 3:10-17)
- Opposition is unavoidable in the Christian Life – 10-13
- Continue in What You've Learned and Believed – 14-17
What does it meant to be God's people? How are God’s people to live in a distinct manner from the people of the world? Why are we to live differently than the people of the world?Read More
Today we turn our attention to Micah’s third oracle (cc.6-7), where God accuses His people in court, asking why they have chosen not to honor the covenant. He assures them of coming judgment, and Micah grieves the evil state of God’s people. But the Lord again promises to restore a remnant and establish them as great among the nations. So Micah finishes by marveling at the steadfast love and faithfulness and forgiveness of God, even in hard days. Let’s walk through cc.6-7 in three steps.Read More