Category: Old Testament
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2 Chronicles 15.1-8
God’s absence from the collective consciousness of society today
Posted: 23 February 2011 in 2 Chronicles

And the Spirit of God came upon Azariah the son of Oded: And he went out to meet Asa, and said unto him, Hear ye me, Asa, and all Judah and Benjamin; The LORD is with you, while ye be with him; and if ye seek him, he will be found of you; but if ye forsake him, he will forsake you….

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1 Kings 14.1-12 – Sin & its consequences.
Posted: 19 February 2011 in 1 Kings

At that time Abijah the son of Jeroboam fell sick. And Jeroboam said to his wife, Arise, I pray thee, and disguise thyself, that thou be not known to be the wife of Jeroboam; and get thee to Shiloh: behold, there is Ahijah the prophet, which told me that I should be king over this […]

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1 Kings 13.11-22 – Sin as an objective reality
Posted: 18 February 2011 in 1 Kings

Now there dwelt an old prophet in Bethel; and his sons came and told him all the works that the man of God had done that day in Bethel: the words which he had spoken unto the king, them they told also to their father. And their father said unto them, What way went he? […]

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2 Chronicles 8.12-14 – God and worldly affairs
Posted: 14 February 2011 in 2 Chronicles

Then Solomon offered burnt offerings unto the LORD on the altar of the LORD, which he had built before the porch, Even after a certain rate every day, offering according to the commandment of Moses, on the sabbaths, and on the new moons, and on the solemn feasts, three times in the year, even in the feast of unleavened bread, and in the feast of weeks, and in the feast of tabernacles….

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Isaiah 51.4 – The nature of God’s law
Posted: 11 February 2011 in Isaiah

“Hearken unto me, my people; and give ear unto me, O my nation: for a law shall proceed from me, and I will make my judgment to rest for a light of the people.” This verse is an interesting take on the nature of God’s law. The law is here not seen as an onerous […]

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