It's mentioned 16 times in Scripture, but is it a poetic metaphor? Or is there a literal book?
A study of 1 Chronicles reveals how there are miraculous signs and wonders in submitting to powerful, God-honoring leadership.
Exodus 12 reveals the heart of God—the importance He places on redemption, freedom and belonging.
If our souls are eternal, then it seems that the answer to this question may be one of the most important answers we can seek.
There were consequences for their sin, but He never abandoned His chosen ones.
This outward sign of inward grace represents a powerful spiritual reality.
Learn why Exodus 12 is important to understand for both Jews and Christians.
What a beautiful and encouraging thought that is for all of us.
Here are four ways to dissect the details and form your own conclusion.
A supernatural encounter took this secular executive from worldly success to Bible teaching.
The book of Numbers takes us on a journey through the wilderness with the Israelites.
Once King Solomon finished this prayer, the glory of the Lord filled the temple.
The context of Matthew 24 is not insignificant.
Led by the Holy Spirit, these men paved the way for the gospel the Christ to reach Jews and Gentiles alike.
There, many of the Lord's prophetic treasures await your discovery.
God invited the Israelites to partner with Him to accomplish great exploits, but unbelief and fear robbed them of a great privilege.
His nature has proven faithful through the ages.
It's time to learn how to be honest with yourself and with God.
The stones are still dry and dusty but are calling out that the Bible is true!
By approaching the Word of God in this way, we can see the true meaning more clearly.