From the category archives:

Old Testament

Deadly Ignorance

by Bryant Evans on July 28, 2017

No activity or human pursuit equals Bible study. In no other field of human endeavor do we find such benefits as one discovers from studying the word of God. No field of study offers more hope to mankind than the Scriptures. Yet, few works are more neglected than personal Bible study. Likely there are many […]

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Upside Down Christianity

by Bryant Evans on May 29, 2017

Christianity is struggling because we have turned our understanding of God upside down. God no longer reigns but is relegated to a genie in a bottle that we call on when we are in trouble. Today, God serves Christians instead of the other way around. Deep divisions exist within Christianity. Worship is performance directed at […]

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Books of Samuel (1 Samuel & 2 Samuel) – Know the Book

by Bryant Evans on January 12, 2017

The books of 1 Samuel and 2 Samuel follow Ruth in the Old Testament canon. Understanding Ruth as a break in the flow of the Israelite chronology, we see the Books of Samuel continuing the sad story of Israel’s movement away from God. However, 1 Samuel opens with a hopeful story of change. Unfortunately, that change […]

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What Has Been Done, Will Be Done

by Bryant Evans on November 6, 2015

  Solomon nailed it:       “What has been is what will be,       and what has been done is what will be done,       and there is nothing new under the sun. “ (Ecclesiastes 1:9) Everything we see and marvel at today is old news. It has happened before and will continue to happen over […]

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Monday Memo – Enoch

by Bryant Evans on August 3, 2015

I guess that of all Bible characters, Enoch is the most curious. We know little about him but what we do know is exciting and encouraging. “When Enoch had lived 65 years, he fathered Methuselah.  Enoch walked with God after he fathered Methuselah 300 years and had other sons and daughters. Thus all the days […]

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