Jesus Christ is present in the Old Testament in at least three ways: preincarnate appearances (the angel of the Lord), prophecies (there are about 350), and types and shadows. We looked at four areas of prophecy: The Messiah will be born of a virgin (Isaiah 7). We might not recognize a statement in the Old... Read More
Many of us have shopped at Aldi's and have been motivated to return our shopping carts to their place... for the incentive of getting our quarter back! Aldi's, as well as other merchants, uses catchy phrases to show their dedication to their customers... ".the customer comes first!", "you are our everything," and that we should,... Read More
The Bible assumes the reality of God and is not occupied with speculation about the nature of God. The Bible is concerned primarily with God’s self-revelation and the appropriate human response. Many verses in Scripture speak of the Father, Son, and Holy Spirit’s work in human affairs. There were many significant councils that discussed issues... Read More
The name Sarah means "Princess." She was a mother to many people. In Genesis, Sarah struggled with infertility for years. To solve the problem of having an heir, she decided to give Hagar to Abraham. Now, she is almost 90. God understands the needs of women. When the three men showed up at Abraham’s tent... Read More
Bread in the Old Testament - People have eaten bread for years. Bread is mentioned many times in the OT. Bread was the number one food eaten in the OT. Where there was famine, bread is what was usually mentioned. The Israelites cried to Pharaoh in the land of Egypt for bread. Elijah went to... Read More
Jesus came to Earth to show us that we can gain a new family if we accept Him. God helps us find our purpose in life. We can thank God for always being with us and showing us love.
We are here this morning to remember Christ and His work for us on the cross. There are lots of scriptures that we can look at this morning. There are man types and shadows that we won't have time to look at here, but we want to celebrate Christ and what He has done for... Read More