Jonah compared with Christ

The book of Jonah is a very interesting book in the Word of God. It is found in the Prophetical books, in a section that is referred to as the ‘minor prophets’. Many lessons can be learned from Jonah, who has been often called the disobedient prophet. However, what is our reaction to God callingContinue reading “Jonah compared with Christ”

Feasts in the book of Esther

It is a wonder that even though the name of God, reading the Scriptures and prayer are absent from this wonderful little book, there are feasts recorded in this book. There are three feasts, each one with a significance in the historical aspect, but each feast comes with very important lessons to learn. Following fromContinue reading “Feasts in the book of Esther”

The Gospel in the book of Esther

There are two books in the Bible that bear the names of women. One is Esther, and the other book is Ruth. Both are short and both tell us a story of some point in the history of Israel, with very significant meanings. Ruth was a Moabitess (a gentile woman) who had faith to goContinue reading “The Gospel in the book of Esther”

Thoughts on Enoch

There is not a lot mentioned in the Bible about Enoch, but what is mentioned in just a few parts of the Word of God is striking. Enoch did not have such a large biography like Abraham or Joseph, but what is mentioned about him is sufficient to say that he walked with God, pleasedContinue reading “Thoughts on Enoch”

Poem about the four Gospels

There is a poem that I would like to share, and we sing this with the children sometimes in our local place of gathering. Perhaps a challenge for you to think of the verses or sections in each gospel that corresponds with the lines of the poem. This is following on from the previous postContinue reading “Poem about the four Gospels”

The Four Gospels in the Bible

Have you ever wondered about why we have four gospels, and why these are in the particular order as we have it, Matthew, Mark, Luke and John? In this article, a modest attempt will be given to show how and why the four gospels are placed in the order in our Bible, the Word ofContinue reading “The Four Gospels in the Bible”

The gospel in Isaiah

Adapted from revised noted of meetings in New Zealand, from a family meeting in Masterton on 5 November 2008 by Greg Quail. I included some extra information that was not in the notes. The central message is also the heart of the Word of God, the Bible. How many books are there in the Bible?Continue reading “The gospel in Isaiah”

Epistle of James and the Sons of Jacob

Taken from a ministry by Greg Quail in April 2004, at Sydney, Australia, and developed with five addresses on this subject in Bhutan 2020, by Greg Quail. Full document is attached below. The names James and Jacob have the same pronunciation in the Hebrew. The epistle is divided into 12 sections, as the very firstContinue reading “Epistle of James and the Sons of Jacob”