Jesus in the Old Testament
Join our FREE streaming Bible study video series, Jesus in the Old Testament! This 6-part study will take you through every major section of Hebrew Scripture to discover hints, images, and direct references to Jesus.
Think about that. Our God is the Creator both of macro-majesties and micro-marvels. The Bible tells us that God spoke, and that matter was formed and distributed by His word. It’s more than we can ever take in.
Those Who Hunger and Thirst
Do you hunger and thirst? Do not make the mistake of trying to satisfy your cravings with worthless things. Only God can effectively occupy your heart.
Learn to Pray the Psalms
By using the Psalms as our guide and language in prayer we can orient our minds, hearts, and words to a deeper experience with God.
To Know the Heart of the Pilot
You need to know the heart of the pilot. That is why the story of Jesus is in the Bible. He is the only picture of God ever taken. To know Jesus, is to know God. To know God is to know: this flight gets bumpy, but the Pilot? He knows how to get us home.
Eternity Set in Our Hearts
We long for a future world of justice, purity and joy—and a King who will bring all of those. We therefore cannot be happy with the present world of injustice, impurity and suffering.
When Storms Come, Hold on to Hope by Max Lucado
God is a God of promises. From the first chapter of the Bible, Scripture makes a case for the dependability of God. Nine times the text reiterates “God said.” And without exception when God spoke, something happened.