Posts with the category “the-greatest-story-ever-told”

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Systemic Rebellion
April 8th, 2021
Systemic, it is a word that has been used, misused, misapplied, and generally redefined in the news and in our culture in recent months. It is, however, a word that can accurately be applied to man’s ...  Read More
by Samantha Wichman
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Friendship: David and Jonathan
March 24th, 2021
Friendship: as children we enjoyed it, as teens we desired it, sought it (often in wrong ways/places), endured it, learned from it, cried over it, and rejoiced in it. Friendship is part of the human e...  Read More
by Samantha Wichman
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The Women in Matthews Genealogy
March 17th, 2021
We’ve encountered so many characters in our reading of God’s Word this year, but this week I want to focus on four specific women: Rahab, Ruth, Tamar, and Bathsheba. ...  Read More
by Samantha Wichman
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Sin Cycle, Grace Cycle
March 12th, 2021
Shortly after experiencing the miraculous rescue from Egypt the nation of Israel was quick to revert back to slavery. We are told in Exodus that, the people gathered themselves together to Aaron and s...  Read More
by Samantha Wichman
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Divine Council
March 1st, 2021
There are a few places in scripture that seem to reference a sort of council around God’s throne. How are we to understand these references? What is the nature of the “heavenly hierarchy” in God’s pre...  Read More
by Samantha Wichman
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What is Yom Kippur?
February 4th, 2021
Imagine it with me: Tishri 10, or the tenth day of the seventh month (called “Tishri”) since the Passover and just a few days after the celebration of a new harvest/year. The Israelites are on their w...  Read More
by Samantha Wichman
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Taber . . . Who? Christ Followers and the Tabernacle
January 29th, 2021
Few of us spend much time considering the tabernacle of the Old Testament. I am guilty of skimming these portions of scripture as tedious and of little import to me personally. However, if we were to ...  Read More
by Samantha Wichman
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You Think Your Family is a Mess?!
January 14th, 2021
The historical narrative that is Genesis is filled with profound theological import, but it reads like a bad soap opera! The characters are largely fearful, angry, jealous, manipulative, promiscuous l...  Read More
by Samantha Wichman
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Reading Words Carefully
January 6th, 2021
As we read through the Bible this year, let’s remember to be cautious with our assumptions. As an example, let’s look into the term “mighty men," which pops up several times in the early chapters of G...  Read More
by Samantha Wichman
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What Was Worship Like After the Fall?
January 6th, 2021
We are given little information about the form of worship of God following Gen. 3:6-7 (the fall). We do know that it took place in spite of there being no tabernacle, temple, or synagogue, and withou...  Read More
by Samantha Wichman

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