Second to Revelation, Daniel stands out as the most difficult book in the Bible to understand.
This author has yet to write their bio.Meanwhile lets just say that we are proud Shaun contributed a whooping 57 entries.
Entries by Shaun
It may come as a surprise that Joel features at this point in the chronological reading plan.
Ezekiel is a faithful preacher to the exiles in Babylon after Jeremiah.
Most people have never read Lamentations.
When God isn’t making sense to you, what do you do?
“The weeping prophet” laments the captivity of his people.
Zephaniah introduces us to a ‘day of the Lord’.
Unlike Jonah, Nahum tells Nineveh and Assyria of their certain fall and doom with no chance to repent.
Most people know Hosea as the guy who the Lord commanded to marry a prostitute (Gomer). It is a rich and deep story. If there was fire in Amos’ eyes then there is sorrow and tears in Hosea’s just ten years later.
Amos gives us insight into God’s judgement and mercy.