Israel’s first king turned out to be something less than ideal. Anointed by Samuel at God’s direction, Saul showed his true colors right from the start. Click here for the notes and the audio of the study.
OUR STUDY of the Old Testament now moves to the time of the creation of the monarchy in Israel. We discuss the birth of Samuel, the loss of the Ark of the Covenant, and the resulting humiliation of Dagon and punishment on the Philistines. Click here for the notes and the audio.
TODAY WE begin our study of the New Testament, which we will follow in chronological order just as we’re doing with the Old Testament. Our readings today begin the story of Jesus, the Christ. Click here for the notes and the audio.
WE CONCLUDE our study of the Book of Judges with several incidents from the period before the monarchy, including the story of Samson, whose appetites and/or ego repeatedly got him into trouble. Click here for the notes and the audio.
OUR BIBLE study today begins with the story of the original 300. Forget Leonidas–yes, he was outnumbered 30 or 40-to-1, but Gideon and his 300 men were outnumbered 400-to-1. Click here for the notes (including a map of where the judges lived and fought) and today’s study.
WE BEGIN our study of the second of the Historical Books, Judges. It chronicles Israel’s slide into apostasy and chaos, showing the need for a godly king to lead them. Click here for the notes and the audio from the study.