Tempered in wisdom, in an abiding faith in God, and in a knowledge of scripture, Habakkuk spent time in meditation, allowing the light of God’s word to shine onto his questions. Continue reading Minor Prophets: Habakkuk’s Meditation
This is a good saying for you and me: conviction, not condemnation, confession, not contempt. Continue reading Gospel of John: Quality of Love
God conditions us through heartache and confession to receive God’s encouragement and counsel. Continue reading A Time In Between: Part III
Some theologians tentatively place Obadiah during the reign of Jehoram, in 848-841 BC, Jewish scholars place Obadiah, Habakkuk and Zephaniah as contemporaries of Jeremiah and Ezekiel Continue reading Minor Prophets: The Book of Obadiah
Through the dark of night, unseen and unheard, as Jonah slept peacefully, the balance shifted, and the plant began to die. By morning, there was nothing left but the shriveled remains of what once was. Continue reading Minor Prophets: Jonah 4, A Scholarly Approach
During Jonah’s time, the people of Nineveh believed in a divinity who sent messages to them by a person who rose out of the sea, as part fish and part man. Continue reading Minor Prophets: Jonah or Dagon?