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God’s Covenant’s – The Christian Age

by Bryant Evans on July 11, 2016

Previously, three periods of time were addressed during which God dealt differently with people. Those periods are the Patriarchal, Mosaic, and Christian. In this article, we examine the Mosaic age in greater detail. All people are subject to Jesus Christ. He is the King of Kings and Lord of Lords (1 Timothy 6:15; Revelation 19:16). […]

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God’s Covenant’s – Law of Moses

by Bryant Evans on July 11, 2016

Previously, three periods of time were addressed during which God dealt differently with people. Those periods are the Patriarchal, Mosaic, and Christian. In this article, we examine the Mosaic age in greater detail. God has always governed men through covenants. These agreements set forth the terms of God’s blessings and the consequences for disobedience. One […]

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God’s Covenant’s – Patriarchal

by Bryant Evans on June 15, 2016

Previously, three periods of time were addressed during which God dealt differently with people. Those periods are the Patriarchal, Mosaic, and Christian. In this article, we examine the Patriarchal age in greater detail. Beginnings After Creation, God spoke directly to Adam and Eve (Genesis 1:28). There are no middlemen, no priests, and no written word […]

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The Teacher

by Bryant Evans on June 12, 2011

The Gospels present the life of Jesus. Acts gives us a history of the earliest church. The letters offer us insight into the early church problems and challenges. Revelation gives hope for the future. But what about the Old Testament? If you look carefully at the pages of your favorite Bible you may find the […]

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Covenants: Differences

by Bryant Evans on September 13, 2010

There are striking differences in the covenants God has used with man throughout history. God has always chosen just the right way to deal with man depending upon man’s needs and God’s own purposes. The writer of Hebrews open this great book with the words: “Long ago, at many times and in many ways, God […]

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