The King's Message for His Kingdom; The Sermon on the Mount - Study Outline
“And I saw, and behold a white horse: and he that sat on him had a bow; and a crown was given unto him: and he went forth conquering, and to conquer.” (Revelation 6:2) THE DOCTRINE OF THE TRINITY (10) Christ our King (b) Our previous study highlighted two aspects of Christ's Kingly Office as... Continue Reading →
Moses taught that the law should be kept in spirit as well as deed and that it applied to every area of life. For this reason Deuteronomy throbs with practical spirit and vital principles which continue to be relevant for the Church in this 21st Century. Deuteronomy – The Repetition of the Law Key Verses –... Continue Reading →
From the borders of the Promised Land God sent the nation back into the wilderness for another 37 years until the generation who left Egypt had perished.
Books are like ships, carrying their stores of treasure across the waves of time. Their precious cargoes are priceless beyond the worth of gold, silver and precious stones.
The view of God's grace, which Leviticus presents, introduces us to the glory of Christ in his sacrificial and intercessory work as our High Priest. For this reason He is the central character in Leviticus with the core theme being atonement. 6 Leviticus – The Law of the Priests Key Verse – 20:7 Sanctify yourselves... Continue Reading →
The word redemption is the optimum term. It signifies deliverance. It also sets the scene of the remainder of Old Testament history and lays a foundation for the Gospel.
THE DOCTRINE OF THE TRINITY (10) Christ our King (a) “And he hath on his vesture, and on his thigh, a name written, 'King of Kings and Lord of Lords' “ (Revelation 19:16) The third aspect of Christ's office as Mediator is His reign as King. It is important that we appreciate the connection between... Continue Reading →