Acts, part 12. The things that God is doing amongst us must break out of our four walls and reach our town. The Spirit’s work amongst us is precious, but we can’t keep it to ourselves.
Acts, part 11. In chapter 9 Saul encounters Jesus and has his eyes opened to who Jesus really is. The miracle of salvation is one of the greatest miracles we can witness as people’s lives are changed for eternity.
The book of Hosea is quoted more times in the New Testament than any other Minor Prophet, and introduces us to the concept of God as a bridegroom, married to his people.
One of the most popular stories told to children, the book of Jonah is one that challenges our perception of morality and grace, as God’s mercy can extend far beyond what we’re comfortable with.
We know very little about the prophet Habakkuk, but he opens with some honest questions to God; questions which he knows are from a man’s perspective, limited in knowledge and understanding.
In the Minor Prophets we see God express a surprising bias, and it’s not toward the strong, the winners at life, those at the top of the tree. It’s towards the clingers-on, the falling, the weak, the vulnerable, to those … Continue reading “Micah — God’s Bias Towards the Weak and the Poor”
1 Scroll 12 Chapters, part 1. Jürgen introduces the scroll of The Twelve, also known as the Minor Prophets, which make up the last twelve books of our Old Testament.
Acts, part 10. In Acts chapter 8 we see the wonderful gospel of Jesus spreading out, reaching different types of people, bringing down the walls between us and nothing can stop it.
Acts, part 9. We take a look at the amazing example of someone who lived their life, right up to the point of death, with absolute certainty and conviction in who God is.