JOB; A Kaleidoscope of Suffering

The terrible suffering inflicted upon Job makes him one of the most famous characters in the Bible with the proverb “the patience of Job” belonging to every day speech. The theme of human suffering in a broken world is most relevant for every generation.

NEHEMIAH; Rebuilding the Walls

The story contained in Nehemiah serves to remind us that every generation of God's people is called to build upon what a previous generation has established. The work is never completed yet progress can always be made.

The Books of 1st and 2nd Kings sketch the key events in the history of the Jewish people from the final days of David's reign to the beginning of the Babylonian exile

11 RUTH; The Kinsman Redeemer

The Gentile widow and her inspirational devotion; "Intreat me not to leave thee, or to return from following after thee: for whither thou goest, I will go; and where thou lodgest, I will lodge: thy people shall be my people, and thy God my God"

10 JUDGES; Revival in Days of Apostasy

This book is the sad and tragic account of Israel's departure from the law of God in the years following the death of Joshua. As such it is a most relevant for us, as we too live in an age of departure from the truth of God.

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