Tag: Old Testament
Someone has been reading his Hebrew Bible again! We’ve all had moments during this COVID-19 lockdown where we’ve ended up mildly obsessing about something a bit too much. Today’s story takes off ‘a bit too much’. I only squirmed a little bit. Click on the rubber cement bottle to read Joseph Courtemanche’s story, “God’s Rules”.
Yesterday in the Easter Sermon I spent a good bit of time talking about five key verses of scripture from the Hebrew Bible, the Old Testament, that point to a view of life after death. We would rightly call these resurrection verses in light of Jesus and the empty tomb, as well as the explicit…
This year I am reading the Bible from Genesis to maps. I don’t do this every year because I tend to vary my devotional schedule. Today I finished the Old Testament with such wonderfully encouraging words from Malachi as this: I will rebuke your offspring, and spread dung on your faces, the dung of your…