Overview of Daniel

The book of Daniel is perhaps the most well-known of the prophetical books in the Bible. The main reason is that just about everyone who has been in Sunday School as a child grew up learning about Daniel in the lions’ den in chapter 6, which again is a very well-known Sunday School story withContinue reading “Overview of Daniel”

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”

The ‘I AM’s in the Gospel of John

The gospel of John is a very peculiar gospel in the fact that John does not copy from the three Synoptic Gospels of Matthew, Mark and Luke. The other striking thing is that John makes no mention of his own name as one of the disciples of Jesus Christ. His aim is to have theContinue reading “The ‘I AM’s in the Gospel of John”

The Tabernacle – God’s dwelling place

Note: This article is taken from a portion of a book by Roger Daniel, called ‘The Tabernacle Talks Today’. The author attempts to use some of this in his own words, draw on other thoughts and not directly copy from the original authorship. ITS MATERIALS AND CONSTRUCTION The tabernacle, like the assembly (or Church) today,Continue reading “The Tabernacle – God’s dwelling place”