Day 8 – Leviticus 1:1 – 14:32

Leviticus focuses on the worship and walk of the nation of God. In Exodus, Israel was redeemed and established as a kingdom of priests and a holy nation (Ex. 19:5,6). They have been led out of bondage(Exodus), and into the sanctuary of God (Leviticus); now they must move on from redemption to service, from deliverance […]

Day 7 – Exodus 29:1-40:39

The Judeo-Christian Scriptures devote a great deal of space to the description of the Tabernacle. We see in Exodus 25-40 and the Book of Leviticus detailed descriptions of the Tabernacle’s structure, priesthood, furniture, and offerings. There are at least 7 references in the Bible to God’s solemn charge to Moses that he should make all […]

Day 6 – Exodus 15:19-28:43

Most of today’s reading pertains to God giving the Israelites the Mosaic Law. By the Exodus from Egypt, the Israelites were brought out to new liberty (Ex. 1-18). By the Law, they were brought under new government (Ex. 19-24). By the Tabernacle, they were brought into new fellowship (Ex. 25-40). This is a recurring pattern […]

Day 5 – Exodus 1:1 – 15:18

In today’s reading, we begin our journey through the great Book of redemption and liberty – Exodus. The Book of Exodus is a great revelation of God’s power,  holiness and wisdom. It can be divided into 3 major sections: the Exodus, where the LORD brings Israel out from bondage to Pharaoh through mighty judgments of […]

Day 4 – Genesis 40:12 – 50:26

In the New Testament book of Hebrews, in the eleventh chapter, we have a catalogue of several Old Testament heroes of the faith. It is interesting to note that 7 of these Hall of Famers come from the book of Genesis: Abel, Enoch, Noah, Abraham, Isaac, Jacob and Joseph. These 7 represent a thread line […]

Day 3 – Genesis 28:20 – 40:11

The Judeo-Christian Scriptures are a providential recording of God’s dealings with His people. The LORD definitely doesn’t try to hide the failings of His people. Foe example, in Jesus’ genealogy, which opens the entire New Testament (Mt. 1:1-16), we see ancestors of Jesus who were born of prostitution and adulterous relationships (Mt. 1:3,6). In Genesis […]

Day 2 — Genesis 17:1 – 28:19

The bulk of our reading today covers the life of Abraham. In the book of Genesis, the beginning of a major new section is frequently marked by the formula ” This is the account of …………….”. For instance, we find “This is the account of Noah” (Gen. 6:9), “This is the account of Abraham’s son […]

Day 1 – Genesis 1:1 – 16:16

Welcome to our 90-day journey through the Bible. May the Lord grant us grace, insight and blessing as we read His word. J.Sidlow Baxter has compared the major themes of Scripture to great rivers ever deepening and broadening as they are developed throughout the Bible. In the Book of Genesis we have many of these […]

Lessons from the Book of Revelation

In the last 4 months we have been doing a Bible Study in Sunday School through the Book of Revelation. I have found it personally rewarding, but it has also been a difficult study. Trying to interpret Revelation is difficult, especially Revelation 6-18. I have read where some Bible commentators have said that when they […]

Prayer, Discipleship and Community – Part 2

When the Apostle Paul wrote his Letter to the Philippians, he was in jail. Even though he was fettered in chains, the grace and power of the Gospel was still being ministered through the Apostle. Palace guard officials were being witnessed to by the imprisoned Paul (Phil. 1:12,17). In addition, Christian brothers and sisters, outside […]