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Hosea and the Heart of God: A Profile in Pain and Justice

  • September 14, 2014

By Nathan Jones We continue on with our tenth installment of our faith study of the biblical Minor Prophets book of Hosea. This time we'll better understand the vastness of God's divine heart by looking at His profile when it comes to in His sovereignty how He can be pained…

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Hosea and the Heart of God: A Profile in Loving Faithfulness

  • September 14, 2014

By Nathan Jones We continue on with our ninth installment of our faith study of the biblical Minor Prophets book of Hosea. This time we'll better understand the vastness of God's divine heart by looking at His profile when it comes to how He is loving and faithful. God-A Profile…

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Hosea and the Heart of God: A Profile in Communicativeness

  • September 14, 2014

By Nathan Jones We continue on with our eighth installment of our faith study of the biblical Minor Prophets book of Hosea. This time we'll better understand the vastness of God's divine heart by looking at His profile when it comes to how He communicates. God-The Faithful King So what…

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Israel And The Church. Follow Up

  • September 14, 2014

By Jack Kelley My study on Israel and the Church provoked several comments that require a lengthy response. It made more sense to post them as a separate document than to append them to the bottom of the original study. Here they are. Reader Comment 1: You state that “God…

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The Tabernacle – Part 4

  • September 14, 2014

By Grant Phillips The Bronze Laver (Exodus 30:17-21) Once offering our accepted sacrifice upon the Bronze Altar, we then proceed west on toward the Tabernacle. Between the Bronze Altar and the Tabernacle is the Bronze Laver. What is this telling us? Where are we in this pictograph that God has…

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The Tabernacle – Part 3

  • September 14, 2014

By Grant Phillips The Bronze Altar (Exodus 27:1-8) At the time of Moses, the people were required to bring a sacrifice when entering the Eastern Gate. At this point they would be standing before the Bronze Altar while the priest would slay their sacrifice and present it upon the altar…

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The Tabernacle – Part 2

  • September 14, 2014

By Grant Phillips The Gate The Outer Court or Court of the Gentiles was 75 feet wide and 150 feet long encircled by a white linen fence. The fence was 7 1/2 feet high, supported by bronze pillars and the bronze pillars sat upon bronze sockets. The Eastern Gate was…

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Questions and Answers come from the Lord!

  • September 14, 2014

By Dontwobears How often do we search for answers and find nothing of use? How often are we given advice, only to find that it is worthless, in terms of the situation at hand? Many have had problems and seek out their individual Pastors or Physicians, sometimes both, even Dear…

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Hosea and the Heart of God: A Profile in Selfishness

  • June 23, 2014

By Nathan Jones We continue on with our fifth installment of our faith study of the biblical Minor Prophets book of Hosea. This time we'll marvel at the remarkably uncanny parallels in personality and behavior between Gomer and Israel when it comes to selfish behavior. Israel-A Profile in Selfishness The…

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Hosea and the Heart of God: The Faithless Nation of Israel

  • June 23, 2014

By Nathan Jones We continue on with our fourth installment of our faith study of the biblical Minor Prophets book of Hosea. This time we'll travel back to Hosea's time to understand the sad condition the Northern Kingdom of Israel was in that troubled God so much. Israel-The Faithless Nation…

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