Sermons on Bible History
Bible History (informative, historical, allegorical)
Dave Dulaney Jr.
In the different stages of Judah’s strength, they are compared to a lion cub, a full grown lion, and a nursing lioness, the fiercest of all. From now on, a lion was the standard
“The Song of the Kingdom” Read: Isa. 54:1 – 55:13 – An ancient prophetic hymn of the coming Church There are no chapter and verse divisions in the Bible. The prophecy of the finished work of the Suffering Servant in chapter 53 segues into the Song of the Kingdom of Christ. It is an important text to us especially as Gentile converts to Christ to see that the Suffering Servant of God opened the way for the barren woman who…
“Speak Where the Bible Speaks and Be Silent Where the Bible Is Silent – Conclusion” Since God did not think it and speak it, humankind may not do it. He resents it when humans combine His authorized worship with their unauthorized works 30 For the children of Judah have done evil in My sight,” says the Lord. “They have set their abominations in the house which is called by My name, to pollute it. 31 And they have built the…
A great principle of the restoration movement is the silence of scripture. God’s Word mandates the rule of silence