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4 Quarantine Lessons from Judah

by Bryant Evans on May 11, 2020

Judah spent 70 years in enforced confinement. You are spending weeks in quarantine, which is like enforced confinement. It’s not as bad but still restrictive. Ancient Judah has four lessons for you. Things Don’t Always Go Your Way Judah, and Israel before them, thought the future was bountiful. They lived in relative peace and went […]

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The Gospel of the Old Testament

by Bryant Evans on August 22, 2019

{This article is in association with a sermon series on the Gospel of Luke} We usually think of the gospel as the first four books of the New Testament, Matthew, Mark, Luke, and John. Actually, the gospel throughout the Bible, including the Old Testament. Remember, “gospel,” simply means good news. The good news of a […]

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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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What About the Old Testament?

by Bryant Evans on January 20, 2009

Bible students usually spend much time in the New Testament. Such is reasonable as most students seek to know Jesus Christ. Since most of what we know about Jesus is in the New Testament that is where we spend most of our time. For some, the Old Testament is almost a lost or forgotten tome […]

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