The Day of the Lord is a phrase in the Bible that refers to moments in history when God confronts the evil of corrupt civilizations and orchestrates their downfall. The biblical prophets, and later Jesus himself developed this theme to generate hope in the future day when God will rescue his world from evil and bring about a renewed creation.
The Gospel of Luke Part 2. Jesus begins his mission of announcing the good news of God’s kingdom to the poor among Israel. He is identified as the royal son of God at the beginning and end of this section, and then he starts his journey to Jerusalem where he will be enthroned as king, but not in the way anyone expects.
The "Holy Spirit” is a phrase in the Bible used to describe the mystery and power of God’s personal presence. In this video we explore the original Hebrew meaning of the word “spirit/breath,” and how understanding this can help you see the storyline of the entire Bible in a whole new way.
The first installment of our new Word Studies series is a six-part exploration of the ancient biblical prayer called “The Shema” (found in Deuteronomy 6:4-6). For thousands of years Jewish people have daily prayed these words which summarize the Bible’s call for faithfulness and devotion to God. We will explore all of the key words in this prayer and what they meant in their original language and historical context.