Monthly Archives: July 2016

Some Key Passages in Romans – part 2

After announcing the theme of the epistle in verses 16-17 of chapter 1, Paul surprises us. The theme is to be the Good News but verse 18 speaks of bad news: the wrath of God. Thus begins a long section … Continue reading

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Some Key Passages in Romans – part 1

Verses 16-17 of chapter one are the “topic” sentences of the book of Romans. It is important to keep them in mind no matter what part of the book you’re studying at any given moment. Most of us most of … Continue reading

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Jonah, chapter 4

When Jonah finally obeyed the Lord, the people of Ninevah repented of their evil ways and God showed mercy on them, rather than enacting the judgment that Jonah had predicted. Now, in chapter 4, we see what Jonah thought of … Continue reading

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Jonah, Chapters 2 and 3

Sorry for the delay in continuing this study of Jonah. I’m back in action! You’ll remember that the story of Jonah falls into two halves, each mirroring the other. 1. Jonah is called but resists. 2. Jonah sees the results … Continue reading

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