The book of Micah shows us how we return to the Lord.
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Entries by Shaun
As you embark on reading Isaiah you are about to read through arguably the most magisterial and beautiful of all the Old Testament books.
God didn’t let Jonah go. Through a series of circumstances Jonah finds himself preaching in the streets of Nineveh. The common people turn first and then the nobles. It is like Johannesburg turning to God because of the preaching of one person!
You may be wondering why this little book, tucked in the back of the Old Testament, comes next in our reading plan.
The book of Ecclesiastes is, funnily enough, the furthest you can get from ‘meaningless’ – the most common word people remember from the book.
The Proverbs are for the Christian walk in the office, in our homes and out at play.
At the start of reading the Song of Solomon (or Song of Songs) you should know that you are reading more than a teaching on lovemaking within a marriage relationship.
The composition of the Psalms may be the most loved book of the entire Bible. In this study we look at the Psalms that relate to the life of David from Psalm 1 – 72.
The composition of the Psalms may be the most loved book of the entire Bible. Here are some great ways to read the Psalms.
There are deeper messages in the book of Ruth that we can miss if we’re not looking carefully.