Did you know that the book of Genesis reveals both the beginning and end of our world? Would you like a deeper understanding of the symbols in Creation and the Flood? Find out how Genesis lays the foundation for the entire Bible!
Explore new depths in the Bible’s first stories, which portray much more than ancient history. Genesis offers surprising insights into how God works in both the past and the future. These timeless stories also open a window into the character of God Himself—His heart, His mind, and His relentless love for you.
The Levite and his concubine is probably the most stomach-turning story in the whole Bible, and we wonder why God would have preserved it there. The prophet Hosea, who showed up 400 years later, alluded to that story and helps us to understand a bit of why the story has been preserved.
Revelation is usually presented as a packaged interpretation. Rarely is the method used for coming up with the interpretation described. But that is exactly what happens in this series. We work through the method we should use and then we apply that method to interpreting the central portion of Revelation.
In John 4, the nobleman whose son was dying came to Jesus with his problem. But he discovered he had brought another problem along as well because he had determined to either believe or reject Jesus based on whether or not Jesus would give him what he wanted.
I’m working my way verse-by-verse through the book of Hosea at https://www.facebook.com/jeffscogginsbooks. You’re invited to follow along if you like. Just “like” the page and you will be notified of each post. Also, if you want to ask any Bible-related questions, post them in the same spot and I’ll be happy to take a stab at answering.
I used to think I did not have a testimony because I had no dramatic story of leaving behind a terrible life and coming to God. But eventually I realized that I do have a testimony. Everyone does. It’s just a matter of recognizing what God has done in your life. This is my story.